Category Archives: perplexed

Mu Year

Some playful, preposterous & plain pretentious penpersonship on “KLF_01_01_2017_WTF_FOUND” and where it sprang from. image c/o Turboisland, inspired by the event in question. questions c/o Super Weird Substance   >What motivated you to put the video together originally? The motivation was simple, … Continue reading

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Max Blackout on Steroids

Well, things didn’t go too smoothly yesterday – I was seized by an incapacitating asthma attack ( probably brought on by recent the storm). Something I’ve never had to deal with before, and hopefully won’t have to again – it’s … Continue reading

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sneak preview of our book.

Heres a sneak preview of Perplexed next installment I have some photos of the production of it too. Oh how I am ultra excited bout this project. Rich has done an amazing job with the production and design. Infact he … Continue reading

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Perplexed Book Launch Exhibition

Hi ya, Hope you all can make it down to this . Our moderator knows Max Blackout you know PRESS RELEASE Perplexed book release, launch party and exhibition. At The Cube Cinema, Dove Street South, Bristol, BS2 8JD … Continue reading

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Just found out about this awsome book shop in Istanbul visit the website and get over excite about the quality of their stock

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