ONTBIJT OP BED #5 + #6 (Maastricht: September/October 1966). PROVO.
ONTBIJT OP BED #5 + #6 (Maastricht: September/October 1966).
ONTBIJT OP BED #5 + #6 (Maastricht: September/October 1966).
ONTBIJT OP BED #5 + #6 (Maastricht: September/October 1966).
ONTBIJT OP BED #5 + #6 (Maastricht: September/October 1966).
ONTBIJT OP BED #5 + #6 (Maastricht: September/October 1966).
ONTBIJT OP BED #5 + #6 (Maastricht: September/October 1966).
ONTBIJT OP BED #5 + #6 (Maastricht: September/October 1966).

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ONTBIJT OP BED #5 + #6 (Maastricht: September/October 1966).

Edited by Hans Mol, Ger Brouwer and Kees Graf. 8vo. Stapled wrps. Unpaginated (28pp. + 32pp.). Screenprinted covers by Kees Graf: #5 in black, mauve and orange, and #6 in black, cerise and indigo blue. Printed offset on different paper stocks; some pages with irregularly cut angles, including one with drilled holes. Illustrated with drawings, photographs and an innovative use of graphics. Includes full-page ads. for local fashion house, JV Noorden, who supported Ontbijt Op Bed ('Breakfast in Bed').


The magazine ran for 11 issues between April 1966 and June 1967 and had connections to the Provos in Amsterdam, including Robert Jasper Grootveld and Roel van Duyn. It was less politically provocative and more wide-ranging in its content than Provo, and promoted playful actions and manifestos under the name 'Luuks' (the phonetically written Dutch word for 'Luxe'), a group that also included Kees Slager and Iris de Leeuw, creator of the space suit (speespak) with its unzippable trouser legs, an outfit she designed for the 'playing man'.


Lower corner of #5 slightly creased, o/w Very Good; wrappers of #6 slightly rubbed and marked, o/w Very Good. Provenance: Charles Radcliffe.

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