Weapon of Mass Instruction

A free tank-shaped bookstore

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Tue, Mar 10th, 2015 11:00 by capnasty NEWS

Argentinian artist Raul Lemesoff has built the Arma De Instruccion Masiva — a weapon of mass instruction — a tank-shaped sculpture designed to transport and donate books.

The ADIM accepts donations of all kinds of books. from novels, essays, scientific and literary, to textbooks, children's books, dictionaries and encyclopedias.

When a large donation is the classification of books and separate texts for institutions, schools, community centers, cultural centers and texts directly allocated ADIM in poor neighborhoods, towns and places of the country or other countries, etc. .

Donations of a few copies go directly to the library of ADIM, leaving room for surprise to the same driver.

The ADIM never refuse a book, only aims to generate awareness that if one takes a book to read it should take and invite commitment to donate books.

While many institutions have known the project, so far, NONE institution or public or private has worked with the project or donating books or contributing to the mobility of the WOMI

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