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This Machine Gun is Actually A Book

Inside of a dog it's too dark to read

Tammy Forsythe‘s Etsy shop Strikebooks sells, among many other different sorts of handbound notebooks, this to-scale imitation of a submachine gun that opens into a very long blank notebook. Sound like precisely the kind of thing Spider Jerusalem would need, if anybody still wrote things on paper in his stories. Just don’t try to take it through airport security, or use it to sketch in coffee shops, is my advice.

(via Neatorama.)

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