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Jim Johnson Word Works By Jim Johnson
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Twelve month calendar documents selected works in the Word Works exhibition by Jim Johnson at Regis University, Denver, Colorado, August-October 2012.
Jim Johnson and the Shrinkonaut By James Lyons
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Jim Johnson and the Shrinkonaut tells the sci-fi/comedy story of a young man in the unusual world of tomorrow. After he accidently builds a device that has the power to change the world, Jim must... More > save it from the wrongs hands with the help of some friends and a few strangers.< Less
Jim Johnson and the Shrinkonaut By James Lyons
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Jim Johnson and the Shrinkonaut tells the sci-fi/comedy story of a young man in the unusual world of tomorrow. After he accidently builds a device that has the power to change the world, Jim must... More > save it from the wrongs hands with the help of some friends and a few strangers.< Less
Famous Last Words By Jim Johnson
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A typographical rendition of famous last words, actual and colloquial; parting shots and farewells. Written backwards, the phrases are read as though in rewind mode.
The Best of Grumpy's Journal By Jim Johnson
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Well, as you might already know, Jimbo has had his moments. In fact, he’s had so many that some of his friends refer to incidents they’ve seen, or done themselves as a “Jimbo... More > Moment.” Many shorten the expression to, “Now that was a Jimbo!” or “What a Jimbo!” Believe me, I take it all in stride. Really I find it all rather complimentary. But, I’ll let you be the judge as you read about some of the best of “Jimbo’s Greatest Moments”. These are the classics that were posted on the Funny or Die Website. I’ve used this site to expand my writing and to stick to the “write something everyday” credo. Writing humor pieces also has got me through the doldrums of the past few winters. Most of these were under the heading of, “GRUMPY’S JOURNAL”. Please note this is Funny or Die, a Will Ferrell Website, so any off color remarks are purely intentional.< Less
May Not Be Reproduced By Jim Johnson
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A cautionary blank book, May Not Be Reproduced begs the question of rights of reproduction. Can a blank book be copy protected? Features a text warning against unlawful copying without the permission... More > of the publisher.< Less
IMPASTO By Jim Johnson
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An alphabet book of painted letters, the pages show both the front and the back of each letter.
Aurora A-Z By Jim Johnson
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This alphabet book is set in Aurora, an original digital typeface. The number of pages is determined by the number of letters as they appear in alphabetical order. So there is one A, two B's, etc.... More > But an added bonus is that flipping the pages makes for an interesting perceptual combination of reading and scanning, a kind of dance which is elicited by the very graceful letters of this type font.< Less
Magic Squares 1-9 By Jim Johnson
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MAGIC SQUARES 1-9, consists of the numbers 1-9 set in the Magic Squares font. Each number is scaled by a factor equal to itself. Thus, one is scaled once and the sequence reversed, two is scaled... More > twice, etc. A kind of flip book, the number of pages is determined by the procedural scaling method.< Less
Way Down That Lonesome Road: Lonnie Johnson in Toronto, 1965-1970 (pdf e-book) By Mark Miller
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"Mark Miller is probably the finest author of jazz books that this country has ever produced." - Jim Galloway, Wholenote Toronto was Lonnie Johnson’s last stop in a career of stops,... More > at least the eighth city in which he lived for any length of time. The influential African-American singer and guitarist, a formative figure in the history of blues and jazz dating back to the 1920s, travelled north for a brief appearance at the New Gate of Cleve in May 1965 and returned for a longer engagement at the Penny Farthing in June. Over the next five years — the last five years of his life — he rarely left the city again. Way Down that Lonesome Road: Lonnie Johnson in Toronto, 1965-1970, the tenth book from noted Canadian jazz historian Mark Miller, reclaims Johnson from the realm of legend and brings him back to life. "My friend Mark Miller is a dauntless researcher and writer, and his 10 jazz books are accurate and valuable additions to anyone's library." - Ted O'Reilly, organissimo< Less