New York: An Outerbridge & Dienstfrey / Ballantine Book, 1970. Unpaginated, a substantial book on coated paperstock, text and photoreproductions alternate throughout; first edition oblong softback (hardcover issued simultaneously) in 8.2x8.7 inch gloss-black wraps, a rather worn copy with short impact-tear to top edge, ownership inscription on half-title, else clean and sound. "Good-only.'.
A copyright-page authorial note states, "The text owes much to Marshall McLuhan who, in fact, co-authored portions of an earlier version." Back cover is blurbed with a Margaret Mead assessment of the finished product: "Astute staccato comment on present and needed changes in sensory modes, against a background of fantasied primitive life, annotated by some extraordinary photographs."