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"To perform beyond your limits,
you must first think beyond them."

Home Page Art is Gwynn Thoma's Fish ATC fat book page!

The "Little Fat Book" as it is lovingly called was originally thought up by Michelle Takacs in February 2002. Her brainstorm/vision of these small treasures, powerpacked with an explosion of eyecandy, is a gift of art, to the participants and the viewers.

Fat Books is more of an eclectic, outsider nature, pushing the limits in art.
If you are interested in growth and expression as an artist, this is the group for you!!

The 4x4 format was the perfect size to keep color printing costs down, large enough to enjoy the art and compact enough to take everywhere and share.

These books are created out of love for art shared and are not marketed, or sold for profit.
They are collectors items for the artists that participate in the art swaps.

This list will be a hub for those who want to participate in this new Little Book Addiction.

Please no cross posting of other book swaps on this list. The only swaps listed here will be swaps hosted by the Moderators. This is to ensure the safest swap environment possible.
These books take time and the moderators won't be going anywhere, so you will always be in touch with them. Patience is a must on this group as it takes several weeks and sometimes a few months, before you get a book back.

We will not tolerate any flaming, spamming or not being nice in general.

Fun, Friendship and Art is what these little books are all about!!
Let the Fun begin!!
Your "Fat Books" Moderators

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  • 327
  • Crafts
  • Feb 25, 2005
  • English

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