• Out of Stock

    WHOLE EARTH CATALOG – 5 original issues. Fall 1970 Access to Tools / The Last Whole Earth Catalog / The New Earth Catalog – Living Here and Now / Whole Earth Catalog Epilog / The Next Whole Earth Catalogue (3rd Print). Menlo Park, CA: Portola Institute & Putnam, Fall 1970,…

  • Out of Stock

    Andy Warhol. Moderna Museet, Stockholm, February-March 1968 (The Stockholm Catalogue, First Edition, 1st Printing). Stockholm: Moderna Museet, 1968. 4to. Original pictorial wrappers – IN THE ORIGINAL SLIPCASE and therefore overall extremely well preserved. The cover is printed in pink, yellow, orange, and green, lettered in black on spine. (638 pp.).…

  • 950,00 kr.

    Malmö: Galerie Börjeson, 1983. Leporello type (fold-out accordion) album in publisher’s pictorial boards. 5 pp. (text) and 48 full-colour plates. Introduction text by Per Olov Börjeson in both Swedish and English. One plate a bit wavy, otherwise fine copy. 48 portraits of Ingrid Bergman printed on glossy paper. Accordion-folded exhibition…

  • 100,00 kr.

    Penguin Paperback, 2007 (1980). 392 pages. Minor wear to cover and edges, a clean very good copy

  • 245,00 kr.

    Adventurous and curious, Stephen Shore hung out at Andy Warhol’s Factory nearly every day from 1965 to 1967. An insider, he photographed Warhol, as well as the Velvet Underground, Nico, Donovan, Edie Sedgewick and other Factory notables and celebrity visitors

  • Out of Stock

    The “Index” was sold during the 1967 holiday season as a “hip gift book”. It was available in both a Hardback ($ 12.95), a Softback ($4.95), and a signed boxed edition ($50.00). Both editions have the same interiors. The included flexidisc plays – not an unrecorded song by Nico and the Velvet Underground but – , a casually recorded actual conversation between Nico, Warhol, and others about producing and designing the book. Also in the original advertisement above for this book above, the “strange” rainbow nose was promoted as “a do it yourself nose job.” According to Billy Name the nose was Bob Dylan’s. The squeak that one hears on the accordion page was supposed to depict/sound like a fart. The tear off papers that some think were for dropping acid were actually designed to drop into water. Once in the water they dissolve and the name Andy Warhol floats to the top. The Castle design was pulled from a Hallmark Robin Hood promotional. The biplane came from one of Graphic International’s promo pieces. Much of the text/design was based on inside jokes between Warhol and his friends”.

  • 750,00 kr.

    Edited and with photos by Leibowitz, Jeff Albertson, Ed Caraeff, Nevis Cameron, Michael Cooper, Henry Diltz, Michael Dobo, Barry Feinstein, David Gahr, Herb Greene, Elliott Landy, Annie Leibovitz, Jim Marshall, Jim McCrary, Stephen Paley, Ethan Russell, Bob Seidemann, Norman Seeff, Peter Simon, Guy Webster, Thomas Weir, et al. Photos of Mick Jagger, Jimi Hendrix, The Byrds, Janis Joplin, Grace Slick, Bob Dylan, Keith Richard, The Grateful Dead, The Beatles, Michelle Phillips & China, The Rolling Stones, John & Yoko, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Alice Cooper, Bette Midler, Bianca Jagger, The Band, The Allman Brothers, Paul Simon & Art Garfunkel, Carly Simon & James Taylor, Joan Baez, Miles Davis, David Cassidy, Joe Cocker, Elton John, Michael Jackson, Paul & Linda McCartney, Taj Mahal, George Harrison,Sly Stone, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Ray Charles, Johnny & June Cash

  • Out of Stock

    “Strikning. Strikketeknik og modelberegning”. Borgen, 1980. 4to. 171 pp. Hft. Illustreret

  • Out of Stock

    Author explores the sexual impact of clothes, bodily modification as foot-binding and head-flattening, on modern man, the enjoyment of discomfort of clothes, reviewing all kinds of penintential or captive gear.

    Bernard Rudofsky (Austrian-American, 1905–1988) was an architect, curator, critic, exhibition designer, and fashion designer whose entire oeuvre was influenced by his lifelong interest in concepts about the body and the use of our senses. He is best known for his controversial exhibitions and accompanying catalogs, including Are Clothes Modern? (Museum of Modern Art [MoMA], 1944), Architecture without Architects (MoMA, 1964), and Now I Lay Me Down to Eat (Cooper-Hewitt Museum, 1980). He was also famous for his mid-20th-century Bernardo sandal design

  • 1.500,00 kr.

    Originally published as a magazine by The Portola Institute starting in 1970 and intended for teachers and parents and subtitled ‘Resources for Our Education’, Big Rock Candy Mountain billed itself as “A Learning to Learn Catalog”, directly inspired by the Whole Earth Catalog. It shared the same publisher and borrowed its format, but featured more in-depth articles .Like the Whole Earth Catalog, its content is divided into sections, among them ‘Process Learning’, ‘Educational Environments’, and ‘Self Discovery’, each one listing books, educational tools and other products, along with details of their availability (some of them, unlike the Whole Earth Catalog, were sold directly by BRCM mail order. The nonprofit Portola Institute was founded in Menlo Park in 1966 by Dick Raymond, Bob Albrecht and others as an educational forum and helped develop a number of influential Bay Area organisations and publications, including Albrecht’s People’s Computer Company, the Whole Earth Catalog and Big Rock Candy Mountain

  • 100,00 kr.

    23FREE TOWN OF CHRISTIANIA. – PLAKATER. – POSTERS. – : Christiania Plakater 1971-78. Copenhagen: Informations Forlag, 1978. Tall large 4tom in stiff wraps as issued. 143 pp. Richly illustrated with rare counter culture posters in black and white and color. Some edgewear to cover as always but overall above average,…

  • 500,00 kr.

    Munich: Rogner & Bernhard, 1978. 4to. Stiff wraps as issued. App 100 unpaginated pages with numerous black & White plates and large stunning foldouts. Text in German. Excellent, clean and fine copy. First German edition of Christopher Makos’s iconic first book, White Trash, identical to the Stonehill 1977 print except…