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no city: Self-published by the compiler, no date, circa 2000. Pamphlet. Unpaginated, uncaptioned snapshot photography, clear photocopying well-laid-out in zine format: untrimmed 8.5x5.5 inch stapled pamphlet. Young men and women doing transgressive things in an unspecified urban setting, a small pentagram is part of cover design but we see no wicca.
Los Angeles: RJD Enterprises, 1997. 301p., 8.5 x 11 inches, introduction, mural resource groups, bibliography, index, color photos of 300 of California's most outstanding murals with personal commentaries from more than 100 artists, very good first trade paperback edition in pictorial wraps.
Oakland, CA: PM Press, 2010. Paperback. 136p., [viii], wraps, color illustrations, 5x7 inches, as new. Includes two articles on Mexican poster art, one on seditious freight graffiti, one on children's playgrounds and more. Includes "The future of Xicana printmaking" an interview with Taller Tupac Amaru and "Mexico 68: the graphic...
New York: Random House/Times Books, 1985. Paperback. [ii] introduction + 72 color plates, 8x8 inches, first edition stated with number line ending in 2 as is correct for Random House first printings, trade paperback in worn black pictorial wraps. Wilma Ervin's photos of East Village graffitti and mural art.
New York: the monthly, June, 1968. 16p., browned, else very good, wraps, 8.5x11 inches. Triple cover story on men's room graffiti by Donovan Bess, Alan Dundes, and Robert Reisner --'latrine writiing', or 'latrinalia'. Also find a discussion of side-effects of birth-control pills, 4p., by Jack Soltanoff, and a long obscure...
no cities, California: [personal artifact], 1970-71. 10x14 inch canvas panel on pine stretcher, acryllic (we think), amateur work showing a distant view looking eastward of the Shasta-Shastina massif, forests and dry slopes in foreground. Thriftstore kitsch twiddled by another and younger artist, which now bears, superimposed, an image-conformable "name-tag" consisting...