|The Complete Book of Palmistry by Joyce Wilson, Bantam Books, 1971 (1982)|
from Eric Baker Today 8/7/2010 which is from Stopping Off Place
From the October '08 entry:
Perhaps the most appealing part of the process is the randomness of the images: an obscure Czech modernist poster followed by a vintage Australian mug-shot, followed by a diagram of a Soviet space station. This very randomness creates a different way of seeing by removing the context of the images. At times, sometimes by accident or occasionally by design, a relationship in the images will emerge. Mostly, though, I love the vagaries of the images — their beauty, absurdity and naivete.
Read all his words about Today: here