New York: Society of Illustrators, 1948. 26pp. One illustration per page. 9.5 x 12.5" Some wear, chips and tears to front and back cover edges. Clean, sharp corners. The Society of Illustrators present in this Sketch Book a variety of figure treatments by several members of the Society who have...
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New York, NY: PADD,1981. First edition. Periodical. 8 1/2 x 11" [4 pp.]. Some sunning to edges, else near fine.
Np: Dagon James/Key Press, 2011. First printing. 6 /2 x 9 1/2 inches. All wrappers photographically illustrated with black and white photos of Gerard Malanga. The first printing of each volume is limited to 350 copies. Only one complete set in OCLC (UVA) with one other college holding volumes 1-3...
New York: Black Mask, 11/1966-04/1968. 4 p.; ill.; 10 x 13.î Offset-printed in black & white. First edition. There are two copies of issue 2, one being very good, the other with stains. Issue #3 also has staining to cover and a tiny tear on third page (not affecting text)...
Exhibiition catalogue of the same name held at the Yale Center for British Art, October 14-January 2, 2005. Includes text about Morris's decoration of churches and homes - his influence and legacy. 5 x 7" Cream colored stapled wraps. Mild soiling to back cover. 18pp.; 7 color plates.
Havana: National Museum of Beaux, 1995. Exhibition announcement featuring global interaction with rubbers [sic] stamps, zines, photocopy, mail art, computers, cassettes and faxs [sic]. 6 1/2 x 8 1/2" sheet printed in green on recycled paper. The announcement for the 1995 exhibition in Havana, Cuba, organized by Abelardo Mena, with...
New York: Marlborough - Gerson, 1966. Very good. Illustrated Card Covers. Minor sunning to foredges. Mild soiling to rear cover. Catalogue of important exhibition of 115 Drawings and Watercolours by Modern Masters. All items illustrated. Color illustrations of 6 Klee and 1 Chagall. Other artists include: Karel Appel, Kenneth Armitage...
(No place) Ice, no date. (c.1990). Poster / flyer promoting tattoos by Ice ìhuman pricesî and ìkick-ass work.î Lists cover-ups, fine line, bright colous, eye liner, lip liner and other cosmetic tattoos as a specialty. The pale yellow poster printed in black, is damaged along bottom edge with small loss.....
(Los Angeles, CA): Shocks Tattooing, 1990. First edition. A4 sheet. Flyer / poster for the ìgrand openingî Shocks at 7374 1/2 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, Ca. Green poster printed in black is in very good condition. Scarce tattoo ephemera.
(Morelia, Mexico / Phoenix) N.p., c. 1970sñ1980s]. Most are 3 x 5" with some 4 x 6." A superb collection of approximately 325 photographs depicting close up imagery of late Seventies and Eighties tattoo designs.
Beacon Press, 1964. Softcover. 490 pp. Cover a bit rubbed; previous owner's bookplate on inside cover, else good condition. Includes: Noa Noa, The African Queen, The Night of the Hunter, The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky, The Blue Hotel.
New York: New Observations, 1989. First edition. 4to. Saddle-stapled wraps. Near fine with some faint toning along spine. This issue of the long-running art journal was edited by the Guerrilla Girls, and prints numerous posters by the important art activist group.
Dutton, 1970. Softcover. 256 pp. Fair condition with scattered pencil underlinings and margin marks throughout text. Moderate wear to covers.
Self-published, 1982. White cardboard sleeve containing 10 loose printed cards, one for every month except Nov. and Dec.
Hill and Wang, 1994. Softcover. 112 pp. Very good.
New York: Dutton, 1973. Softcover. 254 pp. Poor condition with two inch tear to front cover and pen and pencil underlinings to a few pages. Covers worn. Reading copy.
New York, NY : Alternative Museum, 1985. First edition. 24 pages. 11 x 8 1/2" Black and white photos throughout. Artists include Nancy Burson, Erotic Psyche, Twin Art, Rita Myers, Tom Leeser, Sara Hornbacher, Judith Henry, Dieter Froese among others. New.
New York, NY: Alternative Museum, 1983. 11 X 8 1/2" 16pp. Staple-bound in original wrappers. Text by Berkowitz, Michael Lebron and Kenneth S. Friedman. Artists are Hans Haacke, Brarbar Kruger, Michael Lebron and Erika Rothenberg. 2-page spread on each. 16 pages, paper with stiff cover. Black and white reproductions. Fine.
New York: Committee for the Freedom of the Arts, 1964. 8.5 x 11 inch mimeograph flyer on purple paper. Closed tear to right edge, not affecting illustration or text, else near fine. OCLC lists only one holding (NY Public Library).
New York: Museum of Modern Art, 2002. Hardcover, no dustjacket as issued. 36 pp. An new.
Chicago: Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum, 1992. 8 x 10Ø Black and white press photo dated, October 23, 1992. Newspaper clipping taped to verso from the Museum section: ˝El Dia de los Mertos,Ø a celebration of the Day of the Dead,Ø at the Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum.
Tokyo: Tokyo News Service, LTD, 1956. First Edition. Signed by Carr and inscribed by Carr, "to a most welcome guest. May this inspire you and remind you of our historical visit with its multitude of "happy times" - Come again any time." - dated: Tokyo, May 1956. 107 pp. Hard...
Self-published, 2012. First edition. 9 1/2 x 8 inches. New, unpaginated. In August 2005, Blake Donner and 3 friends lost their lives in a Provo, Utah caving accident. He was 25 years old. This is a collection of Blake›s work dating from 1997 to 2005. This photo from the back...
Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antique Collectors' Club Ltd., 1997. SIGNED by author on title page. Near fine. Illustrated in color by Drew (author).
Time Life Books Revised Edition, 1972. Hardcover with missing dustjacket and slipcase. 192 pp. Very good condition.