no place: no publisher, no date (1977). Paperback. Unpaginated, perhaps 45 pages, light-green textured paperstock in sewn signatures with eighteen 5x7 inch color plates mounted opposite caption titles, plus nine-pages of Leo Stern's preface set with eccentric typography; softbound, a 7.5-inch-square paperback in coated black and bronze wraps. Covers are quite handled and a little edgeworn, hinge-area shows mild scarring from over-glueing by binder, mounting leaves are lightly bent at corner-tips, plates are uniformly very good. All in all, a good (good-only) copy. The artist's stylistic palette recalls the Beatles' cartoon movie, Yellow Submarine, but with a very very dark side.
"Vancouver surrealistic painter..born in Trieste to a socially prominent and wealthy family. An architect, and painter of mittel-european back-ground..living in Vancouver since 1976." The introductory remarks by Stern are datelined Vienna 1977.