I think someone is yanking your chain. "Prints of Peace" sounds to me like
a mishearing of "Prince of Peace", i.e., Jesus. "Seek and ye shall find" is
a famous quotation from the new testament. Somehow I don't think they're
suggesting an Internet search.
But I could be wrong!
From: TYPO-L Discussion of Type and Typographic Design
To: Multiple recipients of list TYPO-L
Subject: Old Art
Date: Friday, August 09, 1996 12:48PM
We have been approached about producing books of channeled material and the
sources have specified that the books be illustrated with "Old Art," i.e.,
woodcut, pen and ink, etc., images of landscapes or ?
Here is the actual interchange concerning the illustrations:
What is the subject matter? Old Art
What is the medium? PRINTS OF PEACE
Where are the Prints? Seek and Find
Anybody out there have any clues?
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