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Summary Information.

Title
Bolom chon
Contributor
Past, Ámbar
Miranda, Sara (Translator)
Slingsby, Tom
Tzu, María
Vet, Rominka
Méndes Péres, Maruch
Taller Leñateros (San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Mexico)
Date Created and/or Issued
[2008]
Publication Information
First edition., San Cristóbal de Las Casas, México : Taller Leñateros, [2008]
Contributing Institution
UC Irvine, Libraries, Special Collections
Collection
Artists' books collection
Rights Information
Copyrighted
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Rights Notes
[2008]
Description
Scope/Content: Offset edition.
Medium: In a corrugated box with handles.
Technique: Illustrations by contemporary Mayan artists. A pop-up jaguar in the center fold. Book design, typesetting, page numbers [by] Ámbar Past and Sara Miranda. Recording the CD [by] mbar Past ... [and others]
Medium: Includes a CD audio of several versions of the song, Bolom chon, tucked into a pocket at the back of the book.
Technique: "This book and CD were created during a bookarts workshop for Mayan men and women generously funded by the Daniele Augustino Foundation and Libros Prehispanicos A. C."--Page 6.
Type
physical object
Format
[64] p. :
Form/Genre
Artists' books Chiapas--21st century
movable books
shaped books
pop up books
handles
corrugated board
boxes (containers)
offset printing
Extent
21 cm +
Identifier
ark:/87280/t0vd6wcq
N7433.4 .B65 2008
Language
Mayan languages
myn
Spanish
spa
Subject
Tzotzil
Tzotzil Indians--Mexico--Chiapas Music
folktales
Folk music--Mexico--Chiapas
Animals, Mythical, in art
Music in art
Folklore in art
Pop-up books--Mexico--Chiapas
panthera onca (species)
Mayan language
Maya
Place
Latin America

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