London: Good Elf Publications, 1976. Five loose sheets consisting of one cover sheet printed in black on recto and verso on thin green paper, with four additional sheets printed in black on yellow, red, and green card stock on recto and verso. Faint toning along margins and bumps to corners, else near fine.
Published on the occasion of the Ninth International Festival of Sound Poetry in 1976, a series of four visual poems each created using a stencil scanner, electronic ink duplicator, and a pair of scissors using John Lewis Partnership paper bags as source material. Each of the four poems with the artist’s name and London address on verso. Complete with a cover sheet providing additional background and publishing information. A rare set of concrete poems by the London writer, artist, performer, and composer Lawrence Upton, who frequently collaborated with Bob Cobbing, Cris Cheek, P. C. Fencott, and Jeff Nuttall among several others. Item #584