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CODA

Definition: the concluding part of a dramatic work, as realized specifically in film, music and literature. From the Italian cauda (tail). First known use, 1740.

Commercial Use: commonly found in the field of screen printing, the coda notational symbol is traditionally used to mark paper and screen registration.

See Also: a sacred book of teachings by the Bene Gesserit, as found in Chapterhouse: Dune by Frank Herbert, 1985.

Portrait of the Ol Dirty Bastard by Tyler Stout

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SDCC 2024

Join us at the San Diego Comic Con this July for an exclusive large format screen print by Tyler Stout, produced in conjunction with the Estate of Russell Tyrone Jones (Ol' Dirty Bastard)!

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CODA logo picturing musical notation.

About Us

Rob Jones and Ken Harman sit down with Michael Faith of the Art Affairs Podcast to discuss the origins, symbology and philosophy of CODA.

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