Share your day with Dr Adolf Steg, the creator of POINTLESSNESS. Dr Adolf Steg has been giving away his self-published comics and art from found objects for years. This practical notebook and day planner is an exception. It isn't free and contains Steg's daily ruminations on everything from sly cats vomiting to purchasing a Stones CD in a moment of pure abandon (and then taking it back again for a refund), all fully illustrated by Steg himself. The POINTLESSNESS of Dr Steg's life should not interfere with the meaningfulness of yours. See whether you can write better than he can, whether your observations are better than his, or why not simply ignore Dr Steg altogether and use his notebook and day planner as your notebook and day planner. And variations thereof. Most of Steg's book is devoted to quality empty space for you, the reader, to fill as you see fit. You need never miss another whist drive with the wonderfully stylish and safe Dr Adolf Steg's Notebook, Calendar & Planner.
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Dr Adolf Embolus Steg was born on June 23, 1923, in a soundproof tent made from earwax and nasal hairs at the Aspley Goat Clinic in Paris. He discovered he had illustrative talents at the age of three and was guided by a team of blind Bedlington terriers to create the little known Dr Adolf Steg style of "POINTLESSNESS." With this came a host of instantly forgettable characters, such as Edith Spon, Bill Semple, Henry Newt and The Beetroot Generation, which Steg now uses to help create self-published comics, t-shirts, shoes, kitchens, submarines and his own brand of marmalade.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
MARCH 24: Spent another day painting all the dirt and dust in the garage its original dirt and dust colour. Painted all the dirt and dust coloured cats white. (They were not happy about this.) MARCH 28: Dull day but enlivened at tea time by watching police deal with an armed holdup in some shitty drug apartments. Bought two tins of cat food. Sunny evening, watched shadows of tree on the wall at the bottom of the garden. APRIL 15: Thought the cat was going to write a novel but it couldn't get the top off the pen. APRIL 18: Assassinate the Queen. APRIL 19: Considered buying nail clippers. APRIL 23: Watched twenty three different things that included the following: 1. Drainpipes, 2. Grass, 3. The dog's eyebrows, 4. Checkout woman's teeth, 5. Envelopes, 6. Walls, 7. Snot, 8. Sky at different times of the day and night, 9. Road signs, 10. Bruises and cuts, 11. Hair and stubble, 12. Bricks, 13. Tree stumps, 14. Toothpaste, 15. Skin, 16. Ink in pens, 17. Trousers and shoes, 18. Car headlights and aerials, 19. Dirt on rims of cups and wine glasses, 20. Jumpers and shirts, 21. Rubber ducks, 22. Books and old records in charity shops, 23. Blossom on trees and bushes. JUNE 2: Sunset over Blackpool car park. JUNE 12: Met somebody who wasn't very happy. Watched Meet The Parents. AUGUST 8: Watched TV program about people obsessed with amputee women, spinal chord injuries, masectomy and polio women. Very interesting. SEPTEMBER 24: Cut grass with tiny pair of scissors.
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Descripción Headpress, 2008. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Used: Good. Nº de ref. de la librería SONG1900486679