Lisboa: Edições do Autor, 1966. Narrow 4to cardboard folder silkscreened in orange, black, and silver containing thirteen sheets letter pressed in black and white and folded into thirds, a title card letter pressed in black on verso with a list of participating artists thermography printed in dark gray on recto, and a 16-page booklet offset printed in black and white with two gatefold spreads.
An early and remarkable gathering of concrete poetry featuring stunning works by several Brazilian, Portuguese, and British artists including de Augusto de Campos, Henri Chopin, and Pedro Xisto. Two of the more notable pieces are by the women artists Luiza Neto Jorge and Ana Hatherly. A complete second issue of this rare publication, of which there were only two published.
Light age toning to folded sheets and booklet, including light foxing to the recto side of title card, else fine. Folder in very good condition with bumps and chipping to margins.
At the time of cataloging, OCLC locates only one holding in the U.S. Item #9
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