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Broadside

Broadsides are large sheets of paper printed on one side only, often intended to be plastered onto walls or folded twice to make small pamphlets or chapbooks. Historically, broadsides were used as posters, announcing events or proclamations, commentary in the form of ballads, or simply advertisements.

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Realistic Manifesto, Broadside

Naum Gabo, Antoine Pevsner, 1920
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