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> From: John & Sandra Barrick <astroboy>
> To: Stephanie Ignazio <smi>
> Cc: artsed <artsednet.edu>
> Subject: Re: Op Art paper
> Date: Friday, February 26, 1999 2:42 PM
> Are you talking of FormX film by Format??? I use to sell it- also
> the expensive Pantones come in coated paper which means adhesive and
> matches the color system. However FormX is cheaper. Why not just use
> contact paper that you use for shelving it's cheaper than both.
> Stephanie Ignazio wrote:
> > Hi, another snow day here in MA !!
> > I have a question: I am interested in creatind Op Art with one of my
> > classes...the tried and true black and white images. I remember seeing
> > somewhere a type of ?vinyl paper that you could actually peel off
> > black or white surface..I think this was done with an exacto....which I
> > not thrilled about using, but I am sure I could figure out an
> > The kids would draw out their checkerboard type of radiating pattern
> > then would be able to peel off parts of it. Does anyone know where I
> > find this paper...or do you have an alternative idea? Thanks, Stephanie