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Leopold’s Day Ulysses Mapped Lithographs by jjqblog
June 8, 2012, 5:33 PM
Filed under: Exhibits & Displays

Dublin based graphic designer Rachel Kerr has produced a unique Ulysses-based art project she describes as a “marriage of typography and cartography.”  The pieces textually represent people, places, and streets from Ulysses on a map of Dublin as they appeared on June 16th, 1904 and are lithographically printed on high-quality paper.  The pieces, which will be available for purchase on the website soon, foreground artistic design and are made “to be loved.”  The project is the result of Kerr’s ongoing interest in Ulysses and is inspired by Leopold Bloom’s journey through Dublin.  Here is a link to the website which is called “Leopold’s Day.”

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