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From John Dowd and John Jack Baylin, this issue of the cult magazine Fanzini explores masculinity and athleticism in America through images of male sports and American pop culture, such as surfer dudes, field & track, and the Olympics.
Condition: Very Good, reader’s creases and rubbing along spine edges; light edge and corner wear.
Designed in close collaboration with the artist and published fanzine-style on (quality) newsprint, this monograph celebrates the British punk artist and feminist. Known for her collages derived from pornography, and first seen on the sleeves of Buzzcocks records, Linder has emerged as an essential reference in the critique against consumerism and the marketing of the female body. Text in English and German. With a custom protective mylar jacket. Out of print.
Condition: Near Fine, light rubbing to edges.
The first issue of this Bay Area counterculture publication, with features and full-page photo spreads on the Cockettes, a conversation with Allen Ginsberg, writings on counterculture politics and sex, plus comics by S. Clay Wilson, classifieds and more.
Condition: Good-, chips, tears and nicks to brittle newsprint along edges and spine fold; toning to newsprint.