Paris: Le Soleil Noir, 1970. 6 x 9 x 1" folded cardboard slipcase printed in orange and and black containing ten documents printed in black and white in varying formats: three saddle-stapled booklets, four accordion-fold posters, one small poster folded twice, two single sheets folded in half, and two protective cardboard inserts (as issued). Text in French, some in English.
Art, photography, graffiti, essays, illustrations, poetry, and manifestos by Burroughs, Sanders, Pélieu, Nuttall, et al. Borrowing visual cues from Surrealism, Lettrisme, and the Situationists, contents include a double-folded booklet with poetry by Ed Sanders, a red booklet titled ‘Petit livre peau-rouge’ by Marcel Kahn with cover art by José Sanchez, four accordion-fold posters with eighty-four defaced subway ads, and a folded manifesto with a title that translates into “Twilight of the Motherfuckers”. Also included is the publisher’s order form for additional available publications.
Wear and chipping to extremities of folded cardboard slipcase including a crease on the top flap, partial sunning to the back bottom half, and previous owners’ ex-libris plate on inside right flap, else very good. Contents very good with light sunning to one of the documents. Item #92
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