Invisible Woman Bares All

Invisible Woman502This piece was the brainchild of David Wilson of Ready Made Rubber in Downieville. I used to do many designs for his rubber stamps in the eighties and nineties.

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3 Responses to Invisible Woman Bares All

  1. Dave J. says:

    Does Ready Made Rubber in Downieville have a website? I have a Neal Cassady stamp from the Beat Museum in SF and want to get some others.

    • rlcrabb says:

      I don’t think Ready Made is doing much these days, but if I find out different, I’ll let you know.

    • David says:

      Gee — I don’t know if this is going to Bob or David, but I was just cruising the internet and found this fellow looking for me, and I thought I’d give it a shot. Yeah, rubber stamps -especially rubber stamp production, seems to be in the rear-view mirror, but I do have a cache of stamps hidden up in the mountains, so who knows? Maybe you’d like to get one of my books!

      Regards,

      David Ready-Made (As Bob indicated, I haven’t signed something this way for a while. Boy did I love working with my collaborators.)
      boiledoverbooksn@yahoo.com

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