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 Posted: Fri Jul 4th, 2008 04:06 pm
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Of course the forms and colours are very wonderful, but what really fascinates me here's the "dirty" texture-y look. Would you know what medium was used?
If Adam's book is in fact a catalog of the original exhibition, perhaps there might be info there? (Although I suppose, if so, it would be in Italian.) Adam?

Prometti also made the Porco Tarot, though in a different style. I wonder if that is close to selling out ?
I got my copy of the Porco from Alida back in 2003 (pretty much in reaction to having missed the Prometti Arcani Maggiori). It also disappeared from Alida shortly after, so I may have gotten one of their last copies. It's not clear to me if it is still available from Bigio L’Oster (who commissioned it). It's mentioned on the web site, but there doesn't seem to be an indication of whether one can still buy one.

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