Nos. 1-3 ( all published), New York, London, 1977-1980. Tabloid format, unbound, folded newsprint sheets offset printed in b&w [with red color added on the cover of no. 2]. Handwritten additions in red marker last pager of first number. On the front of no 1 remainder of old price sticker No 1: 20 pages light toning,fine; No. 2: Domestic Violence Issue. 16 pages, very small tears to right margin of the last pages, light toning, very good condition; No. 3: Anti War Issue 20 pages, slightly enlarged,better paper; light damage to righthand margin of front page and a few later papers, very good condition.(This number produced by ExitstencilPress, c/o Rough Trade,202 Kensington Pard Rd., London W11) ;

EUR 3,000.00

Edited by Gee Vaucher, renowned political artist, known for her ‘radical creativity’, montages, and iconic record sleeve artwork for the famous anarchist-pacifist band Crass. Vaucher has always seen her work as a tool for social change, using surrealist styles and methods, and a DIY aesthetic to create powerful images exploring political and personal issues.Gee Vaucher, started in this magazine in New York in 1977. Related to the English anarchist punk band Crass she published this anarcho-punk newsletter with many very strong full- or double-page photo collages or reproductions of artwork by herself. Numbers 2 and 3 have the Crass-Logo on the front page. Number 2 has the famous "Soldier" with red lips on the front. Vaucher was a graphic designer working in New York, known for ther striking photocompositions on feminism and pacifism, and opposing consumer culture, violence and war. An important number of these remarkable collages are full page in this magazine. The periodical also included contributions from Crass members Penny Rimbaud and Eve Libertine.

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