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Creative Illustration
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Creative Illustration

By Andrew Loomis (William Andrew Loomis)

New York: The Viking Press, 1947 Very Good. New York: The Viking Press, 1947. First Edition. "Creative Illustration", by Andrew Loomis (William Andrew Loomis). Includea a small, now yellowed, obituary clipping from Loomis' hometown newspaper in Syracuse, NY. Folio (12 1/8" tall), blue cloth boards with orange imprinting at front cover and spine, illustrated throughout by Loomis in color and black and white, 301 pp. (300 +1). Lacks the jacket. Very Good; spine darkened a bit, small scale corner bumping, spots of soil at covers. Some offset browning at pastedowns. Internally immaculate and bright; stoutly bound. See all scans.This is the renowned and timeless work by Loomis on the art of illustration, delightfully and engagingly illustrated and accompanied by detailed instruction and advice from his voice of experience. Collectible. Ships in a new, sturdy box, of course - not a bag. LB

$250.00

Hieronymus Bosch - The Complete Works
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Hieronymus Bosch - The Complete Works

By Stefan Fischer

Koln, Germany: Taschen Bibliotheca Universalis , 2018 New; pristine in every way. See scans and description. Koln, Germany: Taschen Bibliotheca Universalis, 2018. "Hieronymus Bosch - The Complete Works", by Stefan Fischer. ISBN 9783836573092. Thick octavo, illustrated boards, 520 pp, glossy color reproductions throughout. New and impeccable; in protective storage on premises since acquisition. See all scans. Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch was, of course, that absolutely singular creator of the unforgettable 'The Garden of Earthly Delights' who set a standard for soul-diving originality and artistic independence which has not truly been exceeded to this day. A seemingly endless visual feast, accompanied, of course, by Fischer's scholarly text throughout. Ships in a stout box, of course; not a bag. L95

$65.00

The New Yorker - June 3, 2019.  Barry Blitt Cover,"The Shining". Economist on Child Rearing; Salieri's Revenge; Beto O'Rourke; Soccer's Corruption Secrets; Painting Nature (Thomas Cole, Brice Marden)
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The New Yorker - June 3, 2019. Barry Blitt Cover,"The Shining". Economist on Child Rearing; Salieri's Revenge; Beto O'Rourke; Soccer's Corruption Secrets; Painting Nature (Thomas Cole, Brice Marden)

By David Remnick (Editor)

New York: Condé Nast , 2019 As New. New York: Condé Nast, 2019. The June 3, 2019 issue of The New Yorker magazine. Barry Blitt Cover, "The Shining", is a hilarious political statement, and makes the issue yet another instant-collectible one. Idealogical classic. The New Yorker is one of the very few current weekly periodical publications bold enough to assure artful and meaningful artist-created covers. Quarto, illustrated staple-bound wraps, 72 pp. As New, and quite flawless - unusual for a New Yorker, which as a weekly is of thin stock. See scans. Some foci: Economist on Child Rearing; Salieri's Revenge; Beto O'Rourke; Soccer's Corruption Secrets; Painting Nature (Thomas Cole, Brice Marden). Ayseguk Savas fiction, "Canvas". More, of course. See scans of contents page. All the usual cartoons, reviews, postings, poems, departments, etc of course. A keeper. Ships in a new, protective box, of course. LPR48

$35.00

Elvis - Portrait of a Legend
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Elvis - Portrait of a Legend

By Paul Lichter

Huntington Valley, PA: Memphis Flash, 1976 Near Fine. See scans and description. 'Elvis - Portrait of a Legend', by Paul Lichter. Huntington Valley, PA: Memphis Flash, 1976. Quarto, illustrated staple-bound wraps, 24 pp., including covers. Very Good; trace cover wear, and rear cover shows a small rectangular adhesive patch, presumably from a long-ago price sticker.See all scans.A thin, inexpensively-produced, but now very scarce tribute to The King by super-fan and super-collector Paul Lichter, who also wrote"Elvis in Hollywood", a Simon & Schuster book. Black and white photos throughout, taken over time. Every page. Full of nostalgia now. A hard-to-find piece for the collector. Ships in a sturdy box, of course; not a bag. LPR47

$85.00

Springsteen: Album by Album
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Springsteen: Album by Album

By Ryan White

New York: Sterling, 2017 New, and pristine. First Edition Thus, first printing. New York: Sterling, 2017. The Sterling softcover edition of 'Springsteen: Album by Album', by Ryan White. Introduction by Peter Ames Carlin. Quarto, illustrated perfect-bound wraps, 288 pp. New, and pristine. See scans. A thick compendium of Ryan White's knowledgeable text in the title format and a proliferation of color and black and white photographs. Collector-grade first printing of Sterling's 2017 softcover edition. Ships in a stout box, of course - not a bag. L96

$45.00

The King's Henchman. 1927 First Edition, May Printing
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The King's Henchman. 1927 First Edition, May Printing

By Edna St. Vincent Millay

New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1927 Near Fine. Sees scans and description. New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1927. 'The King's Henchman', this being the May printing of the 1927 First Edition. 12mo (at 7 3/4"), teal and black boards, spine titling label, frontispiece, 132 pp. Lacks dustjacket. Near Fine, showing just one spot at upper left, front cover (scan), and some age-toning to the spine label (scan), otherwise without flaw. Edna St. Vincent Millay's libretto (opera text) for the Deems Taylor opera of the same name. The King's Henchman is a tale of a tenth-century love triangle among King Eadgar, his henchman Aethelwold, and Aelfrida, daughter of the Thane of Devon. A handsome example of the May printing of the 1927 First Edition (Harper code 'F-B'). See all scans. Ships in a sturdy box, of course - not a bag. LT23

$55.00

New York Magazine -  May 27 - June 9, 2019. "This is a Chad"; Measles; Subway Nightmare; Best NYC Region Doctors, 2019; Woodland's Brunch; Boycotting Georgia; Home Aquaria; Cheap Old House; Randall Park; Manson Mania
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New York Magazine - May 27 - June 9, 2019. "This is a Chad"; Measles; Subway Nightmare; Best NYC Region Doctors, 2019; Woodland's Brunch; Boycotting Georgia; Home Aquaria; Cheap Old House; Randall Park; Manson Mania

By David Haskell (Editor)

New York: New York Media, LLC, 2019 Fine. See scans and description. New York: New York Media, LLC, 2019. The May 27 - June 9, 2019 issue of New York magazine. Lead / cover article, "This is a Chad". Quarto, illustrated staple-bound wraps, 132 pp. Fine; in fact, new, but with some loss of crispness due to rack handling; no notable flaws. See scans."This is a Chad"; Measles; Subway Nightmare; Best NYC Region Doctors, 2019; Woodland's Brunch; Boycotting Georgia; Home Aquaria; Cheap Old House; Randall Park; Manson Mania; more, of course - see scan of both contents pages. Ships in stout protection, of course. LPR47

$27.00

The New Yorker - April 22, 2019. Loveis Wise Cover, "Taking Care". Trump-Netanyahu; Lucas Hnath; Conspiracy Theories; The Prisoner of Echo Special; Akram Khan; Best Outdoor Dining in NYC?; Tyshawn Sorey; Dogman; Lola / Barbara Sukowa
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The New Yorker - April 22, 2019. Loveis Wise Cover, "Taking Care". Trump-Netanyahu; Lucas Hnath; Conspiracy Theories; The Prisoner of Echo Special; Akram Khan; Best Outdoor Dining in NYC?; Tyshawn Sorey; Dogman; Lola / Barbara Sukowa

By David Remnick (Editor)

New York: Condé Nast , 2019 New. New York: Condé Nast, 2019. The April 22, 2019 issue of The New Yorker magazine. Loveis Wise Cover, "Taking Care", with its instantly visually engaging sort of neo-deco spirituality, is destined to be a New Yorker classic. The New Yorker is one of the very few current weekly periodical publications bold enough to assure artful covers. Quarto, illustrated staple-bound wraps, 80 pp. New, and quite flawless - unusual for a New Yorker, which as a weekly is of thin stock. See scans. Some foci: Trump-Netanyahu; Lucas Hnath; Conspiracy Theories; The Prisoner of Echo Special; Akram Khan; Best Outdoor Dining in NYC?; Tyshawn Sorey; Dogman; Lola / Barbara Sukowa. Catherine Lacey fiction, "Cut". More, of course. See scans of contents page. All the usual cartoons, reviews, postings, poems, departments, etc of course. A keeper. Ships in a new, protective box, of course. LPR47

$45.00

The New Yorker - April 15, 2019. Mark Ulriksen Cover, "Double Play". Bill Barr's Secrecy; Chris Carton; Church Penance; What Cancer Takes Away; Robot Farming; Gig Economy in Fiction; T.C. Cannon; King Lear; Noh Drama
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The New Yorker - April 15, 2019. Mark Ulriksen Cover, "Double Play". Bill Barr's Secrecy; Chris Carton; Church Penance; What Cancer Takes Away; Robot Farming; Gig Economy in Fiction; T.C. Cannon; King Lear; Noh Drama

By David Remnick (Editor)

New York: Condé Nast , 2019 Near Fine, though New. New York: Condé Nast, 2019. The April 15, 2019 issue of The New Yorker magazine. Mark Ulriksen Cover, "Double Play", shows the Yanks on a field gently bearing pinstripes of its own. The New Yorker is one of the very few current weekly periodical publications bold enough to assure artful covers. Quarto, illustrated staple-bound wraps, 86 pp. Some faint signs of rack handling, hence not Fine, but Near Fine, though in fact new. Otherwise, without flaw. See scans. Some foci: Bill Barr's Secrecy; Chris Carton; Church Penance; What Cancer Takes Away; Robot Farming; Gig Economy in Fiction; T.C. Cannon; King Lear; Noh Drama; Pat Barker fiction, "Medusa". More, of course. See scans of contents page. All the usual cartoons, reviews, postings, poems, departments, etc of course. A keeper. Ships in a new, protective box, of course. LPR47

$23.00

The New Yorker - April 8, 2019. Kenton Nelson Cover, "The Acrobat". Mass Shootings; Dinosaur Meteorite Kill Discovery; Home Smog; Psychiatric Drug Addiction; Mueller Investigation; Post-Civil War Reconstruction Failure
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The New Yorker - April 8, 2019. Kenton Nelson Cover, "The Acrobat". Mass Shootings; Dinosaur Meteorite Kill Discovery; Home Smog; Psychiatric Drug Addiction; Mueller Investigation; Post-Civil War Reconstruction Failure

By David Remnick (Editor)

New York: Condé Nast , 2019 New. New York: Condé Nast, 2019. The April 8, 2019 issue of The New Yorker magazine.Kenton Nelson Cover, "The Acrobat" will stand the test of time. The New Yorker is one of the very few current weekly periodical publications bold enough to assure artful covers. Quarto, illustrated staple-bound wraps, 94 pp. New, and quite flawless - unusual for a New Yorker, which as a weekly is of thin stock. See scans. Some foci: Mass Shootings; Dinosaur Meteorite Kill Discovery; Home Smog; Psychiatric Drug Addiction; Mueller Investigation; Post-Civil War Reconstruction Failure; Te-Ping Chen fiction, "Lulu". More, of course. See scans of contents page. All the usual cartoons, reviews, postings, poems, departments, etc of course. A keeper. Ships in a new, protective box, of course. LPR46

$25.00

Fabergé Eggs - Imperial Russian Fantasies
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Fabergé Eggs - Imperial Russian Fantasies

By Christopher Forbes

New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1982 Near Fine-very. See scans and description. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc.,1982. First Edition, Fourth Printing. Elephant Folio, illustrated perfect-bound wraps, 68 pp.'Fabergé Eggs - Imperial Russian Fantasies', introduction and commentaries by by Christopher Forbes, photography by Larry Stein, line art by Lydia Gershey, foreword by Armand Hammer. Elephant Folio, illustrated perfect-bound wraps, 68 pp. Near Fine, essentially as new, with micro-touches along right edge of front cover. See scans. A visually sumptuous presentation of the famous - and very rare Fabergé Eggs, those being the bejeweled artworks produced under the supervision of Peter Carl Fabergé between 1885 and 1917. 57 of these survive today, though there may have been as many as 69 - of which 50 (43 surviving) were made for the Russian Tsars Alexander III and Nicholas II as Easter gifts for their wives and mothers. The color photography by Stein and line art by Gershey herein are extraordinarily enchanting, imho. Ships in a stout, protective box, of course - not a bag. Leph2

$50.00

Hi-Fructose - The New Contemporary Art Magazine / Volume 4 (2007), OuchFactory YumClub.
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Hi-Fructose - The New Contemporary Art Magazine / Volume 4 (2007), OuchFactory YumClub.

By Attaboy and Annie Owens (Founders / Editors-in-Chief)

Richmond, CA: OuchFactory YumClub, 2007 New, and completely pristine throughout. See scans and description. Richmond, CA: OuchFactory YumClub, 2007. Volume 5 (2007) of Hi-Fructose - The New Contemporary Art Magazine, edited by founders Attaboy and Annie Owens. One of those indescribably appealing Amy Sol pieces graces the cover. Quarto, illustrated perfect-bound wraps, 98 pp. New, flawless, cover to cover. See all scans. In sealed storage, on premises, since acquisition. An expensively produced, serious eye-candy contemporary art publication, published four times a year since 2005, HF seems to out-do itself with each new issue. Every page deserves a scan, were that possible here; slam-dunk collectible, and a very scarce early one, at that. From H-F's own 2007 online description: "This issue features an interview with cover artist Ray Caesar, the doe-eyed art of Fawn Gehweiler, the tiled street abduction of Space Invader, Ragnar's hobos and vixens, an interview with Gary Taxali. Plus: multi-page exposés on Kozik's "Bird is the Word" Mao busts, The Gorillaz as shot by Brian McCarty, the art of Lesley Reppeteaux, Bogger Dolls from Sauerkids, Sam Buxton, Wilfred Wood, a journey into Longo Land, designer art toys and much, much more." A worthy genre keeper, never produced in large numbers, and in this case in pristine condition. Ships in a new, sturdy, protective box, of course - not a bag. LPR46

$325.00

The New Yorker - November 7, 2016. Bruce McCall Cover, "Glass Houses". Laura Dern; Hindus for Trump; Adrift; Liu Yiqian Art Museums in China; Trump's American Girl Dolls; Anti-Trump Pastor; Kenneth Lonergan & Hollywood; William Tell at the Met; Hacksaw Ridge; Kerry James Marshall
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The New Yorker - November 7, 2016. Bruce McCall Cover, "Glass Houses". Laura Dern; Hindus for Trump; Adrift; Liu Yiqian Art Museums in China; Trump's American Girl Dolls; Anti-Trump Pastor; Kenneth Lonergan & Hollywood; William Tell at the Met; Hacksaw Ridge; Kerry James Marshall

By David Remnick (Editor)

New York: Condé Nast , 2016 New. New York: Condé Nast, 2016. The November 7, 2016 issue of The New Yorker magazine. Bruce McCall Cover, "Glass Houses"is a swatch of visual poetry. The New Yorker is one of the very few current weekly periodical publications bold enough to assure artful covers. Quarto, illustrated staple-bound wraps, 84 pp. New, and quite flawless -unusual for a New Yorker, which as a weekly is of thin stock. See scans. Some foci: Laura Dern; Hindus for Trump; Adrift; Liu Yiqian Art Museums in China; Trump's American Girl Dolls; Anti-Trump Pastor; Kenneth Lonergan & Hollywood; William Tell at the Met; Hacksaw Ridge; Kerry James Marshall; T. Coraghessan Boyle fiction, "Are We Not Men?". More, of course. See scans of contents page. All the usual cartoons, reviews, postings, poems, departments, etc of course. A keeper. Ships in a new, protective box, of course. LPR46

$45.00

Spin Magazine, July, 1990 - "4th Annual Swimsuit Edition". Depeche Mode; Lenny Kravitz; Young Republicans; Van Morrison; Peter Hook; John Mellencamp; Willie Nelson; Delicious Vinyl; Butthole Surfers
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Spin Magazine, July, 1990 - "4th Annual Swimsuit Edition". Depeche Mode; Lenny Kravitz; Young Republicans; Van Morrison; Peter Hook; John Mellencamp; Willie Nelson; Delicious Vinyl; Butthole Surfers

By Bob Guccione, Jr. (Editor)

New York: Spin, 1990 Good. See scans and description. New York: Spin, 1990. The July, 1990 issue of Spin magazine, the "Fourth Annual Swimsuit Issue", although that designation appears to have been tongue-in-cheek - not much in the way of actual swimsuits within (single-digit pages). Volume Six, Number Four. Very large quarto (12"tall), illustrated staple-bound wraps, 98 pp. Good; short of Very Good. Covers show moderate creasing and wear, most notably the front cover (scan). One page has a torn corner, three others have either some crinkle (contents page, see scan) or a folded (corner-creased) corner. No other flaws. Complete, sturdy spine, and internally bright, with some peripheralage-toning. Has been read. Give this one a break - it clearly spent multiple decades in a music-loving locale. Besides the understaffed swimsuiters, some of the foci within are: Depeche Mode; Lenny Kravitz; Young Republicans; Van Morrison; Peter Hook; John Mellencamp; Willie Nelson; Delicious Vinyl; Butthole Surfers. And a lot of other folks. Only in well-loved condition, as noted, but quite scarce. LPR46

$25.00

The New Yorker - October 15, 2018. J.J.Sempe Cover, "Reading Group". The Great Awakening (China); Kavanaugh Debacle; Trump Enigma Machines; Ivy League; Luca Guadagnino; Frederick Douglass; Pillocars; First Man; Nora Chipaumire
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The New Yorker - October 15, 2018. J.J.Sempe Cover, "Reading Group". The Great Awakening (China); Kavanaugh Debacle; Trump Enigma Machines; Ivy League; Luca Guadagnino; Frederick Douglass; Pillocars; First Man; Nora Chipaumire

By David Remnick (Editor)

New York: Condé Nast , 2018 New. New York: Condé Nast, 2018. The October 15, 2018 issue of The New Yorker magazine. J.J.Sempe Cover, "Reading Group". The New Yorker is one of the very few current weekly periodical publications bold enough to assure artful covers. Quarto, illustrated staple-bound wraps, 104 pp. New. See scans. Some foci: The Great Awakening (China); Kavanaugh Debacle; Trump Enigma Machines; Ivy League; Luca Guadagnino; Frederick Douglass; Pillocars; First Man; Nora Chipaumire; Kevin Barry fiction, "The Coast of Leitrim". More, of course. See scans of contents page. All the usual cartoons, reviews, postings, poems, departments, etc of course. A keeper. Ships in a new, protective box, of course. LPR46

$25.00

The New Yorker - November 6, 2017. John Cuneo Cover, "A Rake's Progress". Fantastic Beasts and How to Rank Them; Exercis Pill; Tulsi Gabbard; Kurdish Fighters; NFL Protest Forms (Humor); Kahlil Joseph; Claes Oldenburg; Eataly; Suburbicon; Morgan Library & Museum
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The New Yorker - November 6, 2017. John Cuneo Cover, "A Rake's Progress". Fantastic Beasts and How to Rank Them; Exercis Pill; Tulsi Gabbard; Kurdish Fighters; NFL Protest Forms (Humor); Kahlil Joseph; Claes Oldenburg; Eataly; Suburbicon; Morgan Library & Museum

By David Remnick (Editor)

New York: Condé Nast , 2017 As New. New York: Condé Nast, 2017. The November 6, 2017 issue of The New Yorker magazine. John Cuneo cover painting is drolly entitled "A Rake's Progress". The New Yorker is one of the very few current weekly periodical publications bold enough to assure artful covers. Quarto, illustrated staple-bound wraps, 76 pp. As New; several nicro-wear points, nonetheless stored when New. See scans. Some foci: Fantastic Beasts and How to Rank Them; Exercis Pill; Tulsi Gabbard; Kurdish Fighters; NFL Protest Forms (Humor); Kahlil Joseph; Claes Oldenburg; Eataly; Suburbicon; Morgan Library & Museum. Anne Enright fiction, "The Hotel". More, of course. See scans of contents page. All the usual cartoons, reviews, postings, poems, departments, etc of course. A keeper. Ships in a new, protective box, of course. LPR46

$25.00

The New Yorker - October 8, 2018. Ana Juan Cover, "Unheard". Ruth Bader Ginsburg; Swiss Etiquette; Women of Abstract Expressionism; The Memory House; Cat Power; Max Ritvo; Machine Dazzle; Bill Traylor; The Old Man & the Gun
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The New Yorker - October 8, 2018. Ana Juan Cover, "Unheard". Ruth Bader Ginsburg; Swiss Etiquette; Women of Abstract Expressionism; The Memory House; Cat Power; Max Ritvo; Machine Dazzle; Bill Traylor; The Old Man & the Gun

By David Remnick (Editor)

New York: Condé Nast , 2018 New. New York: Condé Nast, 2018. The Ocober 8, 2018 issue of The New Yorker magazine. Ana Juan Cover, "Unheard". The New Yorker is one of the very few current weekly periodical publications bold enough to assure artful covers. Quarto, illustrated staple-bound wraps, 80 pp. New. See scans. Some foci: Ruth Bader Ginsburg; Swiss Etiquette; Women of Abstract Expressionism; The Memory House; Cat Power; Max Ritvo; Machine Dazzle; Bill Traylor; The Old Man & the Gun; Emily Nussbaum fiction, "YOU" and "Forever". More, of course. See scans of contents page. All the usual cartoons, reviews, postings, poems, departments, etc of course. A keeper. Ships in a new, protective box, of course. LPR46

$28.00

Dragonfly Bookmark, by Cynthia Gale (Artmarks for the Passionate Reader).  Made with Abalone. ISBN # 9781616836382
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Dragonfly Bookmark, by Cynthia Gale (Artmarks for the Passionate Reader). Made with Abalone. ISBN # 9781616836382

By Cynthia Gale

New York: Isabelle Gale LTD, 2018 New, and pristine. See scans. New York: Isabelle Gale LTD, undated but circa 2018. Dragonfly bookmark, by Cynthia Gale (Artmarks for the Passionate Reader), Genuine abalone wings, crystal head, silver-metal body and rear wings, purple/floral lavender color fine-woven cordage with end bindings and flower also in silver-metal. Mounting card (scan) is 4 3/8" x 2 7/16", for scale. Though this is a designer bookmark, it has an ISBN # - that being ISBN #9781616836382. Ships in stout, rigid protection, of course - not a bag. Lsmph4

$25.00

The New Yorker - August 20, 2018. R. Kikuo Johnson Cover, "Safe Travels". British Immigrant Leaves Trump's America; Putin's Greatest Obsession; Virgin Galactic Space Tourism; BlacKkKlansman; West Coast Rap; Charles DeGaulle's Legacy; Rethinking Wagner
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The New Yorker - August 20, 2018. R. Kikuo Johnson Cover, "Safe Travels". British Immigrant Leaves Trump's America; Putin's Greatest Obsession; Virgin Galactic Space Tourism; BlacKkKlansman; West Coast Rap; Charles DeGaulle's Legacy; Rethinking Wagner

By David Remnick (Editor)

New York: Condé Nast , 2018 Near Fine, though New. New York: Condé Nast, 2018. The August 20, 2018 issue of The New Yorker magazine. R. Kikuo Johnson Cover, "Safe Travels". The New Yorker is one of the very few current weekly periodical publications bold enough to assure artful covers. Quarto, illustrated staple-bound wraps, 76 pp. New, though with a small crease at lower corner, front cover (scan),and modest crinkle at rear cover top edge; hence, Near Fine. Otherwise, without flaw. See scans. Some foci: British Immigrant Leaves Trump's America; Putin's Greatest Obsession; Virgin Galactic Space Tourism; BlacKkKlansman; West Coast Rap; Charles DeGaulle's Legacy; Rethinking Wagner; Callan Wink fiction, "A Refugee Crisis". More, of course. See scans of contents page. All the usual cartoons, reviews, postings, poems, departments, etc of course. A keeper. Ships in a new, protective box, of course. LPR45

$24.00

Hi-Fructose Collected Edition, Volume 2, 2015
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Hi-Fructose Collected Edition, Volume 2, 2015

By Annie Owens and Attaboy (Editors-in-Chief)

San Francisco: Last Gasp, 2015 Fine; see scans and description. San Francisco: Last Gasp. 2015. All contents originally published as issues of High Fructose Magazine (OuchFactory YumClub., Richmond, CA). Hi-Fructose Collected Edition, Volume 2, 2015. Large quarto, semi-gloss boards, illustrated endpapers, 304 pp. Cover art by Audrey Kawasaki. New, and Fine; small shipping bump at upper right corner (scan), otherwise immaculate in every way. An almost indescribably rich collection of contemporary art from the most original contemporary artists, in their sundry styles, from issues of Hi-Fructose - with the accompanying text, of course. One of just a handful of publications we've ever seen which, in quite literal terms, deserves a high-resolution scan here of every page. Not possible, of course. Already collectible, and will continue to become more so. Ships in a new, sturdy, protective box, of course - not a bag. L96

$105.00

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