highly charming children’s book Asger Jorn made for his son Troels in 1949. Troels was only four years old at the time, and Jorn was separating from his wife, former student, and mother of his three children. The artist considered the book too personal, and chose not to publish it in his lifetime. In 1981 – Eight years after Jorn’s passing – a first facsimile edition was released by the Silkeborg Kunstmuseum. This is a later reprint, identical to the first edition.The story of encounters between two animals. First, a lion tries (and fails) to eat a giraffe, then a pig, then an elephant. The starving lion ultimately gets help from the Aganaks – small, fantastical creatures imagined by Jorn. This is the second printing, identical to the first edition. The book tells the story of encounters between two animals. First, a lion tries (and fails) to eat a giraffe, then a pig, then an elephant. The starving lion ultimately gets help from the Aganaks – small, fantastical creatures imagined by Jorn
Arrivals & Departures – The Airport Pictures of Garry Winogrand. Edited and with essays by Alex Harris and Lee Friedlander. D.A.P & Gottingen: Steidl, 2004 Large hardcover, no jacket as issued. 110 pages, profusely illustrated with finely printed photographs. Text in English. Remainder mark to bottom edge and hint of…
Janosch – Horst Eckert: “Johannes og den usynlige indianer”. Alle Børns Bogklub / Sommer & Sørensen, 1980 Lille original hardcover. 86 sider. Illustreret i sort hvid. Omslag med slitage men solid og indvendig ren En magisk Janosch klassiker!
Dansk udgave af “Happiness is a Warm Puppy” Denmark: Bording / United Feature Syndicate Inc., 1962. Kvadratisk lille 8vo i original hardcover uden omslag. Upagineret. Fint trykt på farvet papir i forskellige farver. Godt eksemplar First Danish edition
HJEMLIG HYGGE er på taget af et hundehus Denmark: Bording / United Feature Syndicate Inc., 1966. Kvadratisk lille 8vo i original hardcover med omslag. Upagineret. Fint trykt på farvet papir orange / grøn. Rent eksemplar First Danish edition
Dansk udgave af “I Need All the Friends I Can Get” Denmark: Bording / United Feature Syndicate Inc., 1964. Kvadratisk lille 8vo i original hardcover med omslag. Upagineret. Fint trykt på farvet papir sort / gult. Rent, godt eksemplar First Danish edition
What Can I Be?, a stunning concept book written by Ann Rand and illustrated by Ingrid King, is sure to delight children with its superb graphics and vivid palette. Triangles, squares, circles, lines, and colors spring to life in various and creative formations as they ask, “What can I be?” A green triangle asks to become a tent, a kite, a Christmas tree, or the sail of a boat, or why not all of these things?
New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1966. Original hardcover boards with well preserved dustjacket. Unpaginated. Illustrated throughout. Jacket priceclipped with only minor edgewear, now protected in acid-free mylar Attractive copy of the First edition (stated)
JUL MED RADISERNE: “A Charlie Brown Christmas – adapted from a Bill Melendez production”. FIRST PRINTING. Cleveland & New York: The World Publishing Company, 1965. Oblong 8vo in publishers hardcover. 42 pages. Color illustrated. Some foxing scattered else clean and overall a good to very good copy First edition, first…