Black and Whites

Maiia Brindle

  The Acorn Tree - for fundraising groups 

 Copyleft: No rights reserved. All parts of - 'The Acorn Story' may be reproduced or utilised in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system ; ) 5 drawings for a childrens storybook written  from memory by a local home-schooler.




This style of work and creativity comes from a parrallel reality - rural New Zealand in the 1970s.  Time was veryslow moving in BC - Before Computer.  You had two extra weeks per month - that time spent on waiting for the snail mail. You wanted a book, you wait two weeks for the librarian to send one from the city. If you wanted the news from England as Sth Seas pommies did - it was two weeks to get a letter or a newspaper there... and two weeks to get one back. But people did... we used to get the weekend Observer right into the 1990s... it was like The Weekend Australian is supposed to be...


Maiia:  With the advent of photocopier - we suddenly had print power - the zine scene.  


Good thing apparently it's an Archaic Revival.  It doesn't get much more archaiic than Queensland Australia.  - In a good way ; )

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