A double-sided advertising rates card designed by Richard Adams for the projected Oz International (Quarterly), c. early 1974. Printed in black on white card stock, with two machine folds. 29.8x21cm. One side prints a series of 36 clip art images, including cartoons by Bill Griffiths and Basil Wolverton, the Oz pregnant elephant, and a silhouette map of Australia. The other side prints full details of the advertising rates and other information, including a list of locations "for limited distribution": Paris, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Munich, Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Sydney, Melbourne and Hong Kong. Following Oz magazine's demise, the intention was to relaunch it as a quarterly, published by Felix Dennis in London, assisted by Dick Pountain and Don Atyeo, with Richard Neville and Martin Sharp in Australia, Jim Anderson and Jon Goodchild in California, and Abbie Hoffman in New York, but the project failed to get off the ground, partly because Neville was reluctant to add his name to a magazine that lacked his direct editorial involvement. Fine.