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This graphic novel project entailed Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman and others writing a script, which was then illustrated by over 100 artists. The artists involved created the wordless strip in a unique one day event at the London Trocadero centre, in 1991, in the middle of thousands of passers-by. The project was instigated as a cooperation between the Cartoon Art Trust and the Swedish Council for Cultural Affairs. The resulting book was one of the last publications from Slab-O-Concrete, in 1999.

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