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Comicstrip number four, part four

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Comicstrip number four, part three

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Comicstrip number four, part two

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Comicstrip number four, part one

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Comicstrip number three, part two

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Comicstrip number three, part one

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A Monotone photographic image in tones of pink, of a man holding a fossil in one hand and a small plastic figure, with a square head in the other. The words "'Aracibo' plastic avatar" and an arrow point to the figure. And the words "Fossil sea urchin" and an arrow point to the fossil. The man has a moustache.
Instructional interlude

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Comicstrip number two, part two

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Comicstrip number two, part one

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A 4 panel comic strip in pink, red, black and white. In panel 1 there is a monotone photographic image of the Arecibo Observatory. The words, overlaid in white read; "This story plays out in these places: Arecibo Observatory". In panel 2 there is a drawing of Space with pink, white and red stars. The words, in red read "Deep Space". In panel 3 there is a drawing of the earth in tones of pink. Red words read, "The ancient Earth". In panel 4 there is a monotone photograph of a beach and some cliffs. The words in white, "Telscombe Cliffs".
Comic strip number one.

Plastic Tat

Colour photo of a pink resin figure in clear plastic bag with a black, red and pink title card insert and illustrated cardboard label depicted the square headed figure.
Resin figure in clear plastic bag with title card insert and illustrated cardboard label.
Colour image depicting the reserve of the resin figure in clear plastic bag with title card insert and illustrated cardboard label. The following words are written in pink against a black ground on the title card: "Pure Electricity, Pure Data! A Message to Another World! A Traveller Through the Bleak Emptiness of Space! A Traveller Through Time! A Lover of Small Animals! Content with Their Own Company! Witnesser to the Awful Wonder of the UNIVERSE!"
Resin figure in clear plastic bag with title card insert and illustrated cardboard label.

I’ve made a short run of 15 resin Inaction figures based on my character Aracibo. These figurines are objects of power through which you can look back across vast swathes of time and space. Each figure is handmade and individually numbered, get ’em while they are hot.

Colour photograph of 9 pink resin figures arranged in a triangle, 4 at the back, 3 in the middle and 2 at the front.