December 2018

This book is a by-product of the badge making process, the perforated pages are the waste
material left after printed paper discs to be made up into badges have been cut out. The
overlay of multiple circle grids reminds me of dot screens and moire patterns, foam
rubber, Dieter Rots books and childrens books with windows letting you peep through to
future pages. Images are minimal and incidental; notes and quantities in the margins,
deleted or misprinted badge art. The differing circle layouts reflect changes in
technologies utilised, earlier designs were photocopied, with random layouts as badge
artwork is slapped on the copier glass, resized and multiplied, Recent lazerprinted designs
use a fixed grid of 35 badge blanks - the optimum amount that fit evenly spaced on an A4
sheet of paper. Its this fixed grid which gives the book its title;
ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo - thirty-five
lower case round o's, not oval-shaped capital Os or zeros.
21x29cm, thirty-five pages, hundreds of holes, handsewn,
signed & numbered edition of 300 copies Mark Pawson,
produced sporadically in small batches, 2001-2018
Price with postage - select region

ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Special Editions - Japan, Wood, Maps.
I just made a few copies of ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo using special
papers collected from recent badge designs. These books are extremely fragile, half of
each page has been cut away - a nightmare for librarians and archivists - and it is
very fiddly to assemble them as well! Small edition sizes. ( for more information about
ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo see the regular edition below )
Mark Pawson, March 2004+Oct 2008, 21x29cm, thirty-five pages,
hundreds of holes, handsewn, signed & numbered
Japanese Origami papers - edition of 12
Woodgrain papers - edition of 10
Maps - edition of 16
Price with postage - select region

Rubber stamped by hand, available in three different colour combinations.
This is the 2015 version of the infamous postcard I first made in 1994!
1 Postcard
Set of 3 Postcards

BICYCLE WHEEL THEFT Commemorative Enamel Plaque
Mark Pawson/workfortheeyetodo 1995. You've seen the postcards, now buy the plaque!
Traditional enamel plaque with text in red, green, blue and purple on a white background,
corner holes for fixing, comes in a signed, numbered envelope with a booklet.
235x170 mm edition of 30. Price on application.

A3 Risograph print, 1p (£0.01), with any order from this website.