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 The convex letterforms used for letterpress printing used to be made of wood.
 As if to attest to the difficulty of getting things described and communicated correctly, a persistent filter blocks the transmission of meaning: words are garbled, the type is inverted, and the stamped paint is the same color as the support.
 Although the main body of the book provides a relatively clear view in contrast to the illegibility of the mark, the words that have been changed due to the mix-up of the code are still a hindrance to reading for both parties.
 The original form of an illegible letter is "Sculpture".

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