SF: Free City Collective, c. early 1968. Ten broadsides (including cover sheet), bound with a metal clip, all except one printed on one side only. Stock varies; printed by Gestetner... more
SUCK #1-8 (London: BCM/Joy, September 1969 & Amsterdam: Joy Publications, March 1970 - June 1974) + both first and second editions of the Suck Special Issue - THE VIRGIN SPERM DANCER: An Ecstatic Journey (Den Haag: Bert Bakker, June 1972 & Bavaria, Germany: 1978), the first signed on the title page by William Levy + THE WET DREAMS BOOK signed on the title page by William Levy (Amsterdam: Joy Publications, May 1973). All published, together with an original key-lined 10x8" b/w photograph by Pete Sanders of Germaine Greer
naked, sitting in half-lotus position, biting her toenail while grimacing at the camera. This unpublished photo is the image that Greer had originally authorised for publication, rather than the more... more
Concert poster (BG-23), first printing (with Wes Wilson credit and ink traces to verso), announcing Jefferson Airplane and the Grateful Dead at the Fillmore, SF, August 12-13, 1966.
54x35.9cm. Signed in pencil in the lower right corner by Herb Greene, whose photos of the two bands were the first to be incorporated into San Francisco's psychedelic concert posters.... more
"Can You Pass The Acid Test?" A stunning reproduction of the 1965 Acid Test poster, signed by Ken Kesey in sparkly metallic ink in the lower right corner.
Np. (SF): nd. (c.1990s). 58x45.5cm. The original design, long thought to have been the work of Norman Hartweg, was designed by Merry Prankster Paul Foster. This version prints his design... more
A rare double-sided handbill announcing The Doors and Jefferson Airplane at the Roundhouse, north London, September 6-7, 1968.
Printed in purple on cream stock. 25.5x17cm. Illustrated with a photo of The Doors, and printing info on ticket prices etc. (available from Middle Earth). The other side announces Jefferson... more