EYE Volume 1, #1 - Volume 2, #4 (NY: The Hearst Corporation, March 1968-May 1969) - all published.
EYE Volume 1, #1 - Volume 2, #4 (NY: The Hearst Corporation, March 1968-May 1969) - all published.
EYE Volume 1, #1 - Volume 2, #4 (NY: The Hearst Corporation, March 1968-May 1969) - all published.
EYE Volume 1, #1 - Volume 2, #4 (NY: The Hearst Corporation, March 1968-May 1969) - all published.
EYE Volume 1, #1 - Volume 2, #4 (NY: The Hearst Corporation, March 1968-May 1969) - all published.
EYE Volume 1, #1 - Volume 2, #4 (NY: The Hearst Corporation, March 1968-May 1969) - all published.
EYE Volume 1, #1 - Volume 2, #4 (NY: The Hearst Corporation, March 1968-May 1969) - all published.
EYE Volume 1, #1 - Volume 2, #4 (NY: The Hearst Corporation, March 1968-May 1969) - all published.
EYE Volume 1, #1 - Volume 2, #4 (NY: The Hearst Corporation, March 1968-May 1969) - all published.
EYE Volume 1, #1 - Volume 2, #4 (NY: The Hearst Corporation, March 1968-May 1969) - all published.
EYE Volume 1, #1 - Volume 2, #4 (NY: The Hearst Corporation, March 1968-May 1969) - all published.
EYE Volume 1, #1 - Volume 2, #4 (NY: The Hearst Corporation, March 1968-May 1969) - all published.
EYE Volume 1, #1 - Volume 2, #4 (NY: The Hearst Corporation, March 1968-May 1969) - all published.
EYE Volume 1, #1 - Volume 2, #4 (NY: The Hearst Corporation, March 1968-May 1969) - all published.
EYE Volume 1, #1 - Volume 2, #4 (NY: The Hearst Corporation, March 1968-May 1969) - all published.

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EYE Volume 1, #1 - Volume 2, #4 (NY: The Hearst Corporation, March 1968-May 1969) - all published.

Ed. Susan Edmiston (later Jeanette Sarkisian Wagner) & Helen Gurley Brown. Large magazine format, each 90pp.-130pp, complete with all poster inserts, the picture flexi-disc, and "Spider-Man" comic book, as issued.

A full set of this youth-oriented, mass-market Life-size magazine, covering fashion, music, film, and politics, each issue profusely illustrated in colour and b/w (photographers include Baron Wolman, Michael Soldan, Elliot Landy, Jim Marshall and Linda Eastman). Its contributors include: Mike Jahn; Michael Thomas; Ed Sanders; Don McNeill; Jon Landau; Michael Zwerin; Lillian Roxon; Tom Clark; Nik Cohn; Gerry Goffin; Michael Lydon; Jann Wenner; Tom Wolfe; Pete Hamill; Harlan Ellison; Jim Morrison; Stanley Booth; Jerry Hopkins; Richard Goldstein; Myra Friedman; Abbie Hoffman; Robert Greenfield; Anthony Scaduto; Danae Brook; and Thomas Albright.

Along with regular album reviews, the numerous articles on music feature, among others: Joe Cocker (by Nik Cohn); Robert Moog; Arlo Guthrie; Donovan; Cream; Janis Joplin and Grace Slick; Jim Morrison; Otis Redding; the Apollo in Harlem; Tim Buckley (by Jerry Hopkins); The Fugs; The Who (by Nik Cohn); Aretha Franklin (by Gerry Goffin); Leonard Cohen; Jimi Hendrix; Brian Wilson; Tiny Tim (by Richard Goldstein); The Beatles; Arthur Brown; Traffic; The Band; Joan Baez; The Byrds; Julie Driscoll; Tim Hardin (by Michael Zwerin); Bill Graham; the Rolling Stones; the Jeff Beck Group; and Laura Nyro. Interviewees include: Warren Beatty; Richard Lester; Ravi Shankar; Buckminster Fuller; Hugh Hefner; Stanley Kubrick; George Martin (by J. Marks); Mick Jagger; Candice Bergen; Al Kooper; Mike Nichols; and Dionne Warwick.

Other articles include features on Tim Leary by Charles Slack; Peter Max's psychedelic decal-emblazoned Lancia Zagato; Dustin Hoffman; Don McNeill on "Practical Mysticism"; The Fool and the Apple Store; Michael Pollard by Nora Ephron (photographed by Diane Arbus); Paloma Picasso; Andy Warhol's Superstars; Jean-Luc Godard; Steve McQueen; Marshall McLuhan; the Esalen Institute; New York's Hotel Albert; LA's Rock Castle; Anita Hoffman; the underground press by Jean Strouse; Scientology; Joel Fort's "Complete Mind-Altering Drug and Pill Handbook"; celebrities on their dietary habits (Peter Fonda, Sharon Tate, Mick Jagger); and, in the later issues, extensive listings of "where to go, what to read and listen to, where to eat and shop" in LA, London, San Francisco, Washington D.C. and New York.

Fashion features prominently throughout, with numerous colour spreads on everything from electronic dresses that glow in the dark to men's beads, bells, and amulets. The full-page ads. also stand out: Peter Max posters; Atco Records (Cream); The Postermat; Columbia Records; RCA (Jefferson Airplane); Elektra (MC5); SGC Records (The Nazz); CBS; poster dresses; Liberty Records (Canned Heat); Apple (James Taylor); Atlantic (Led Zeppelin); Track (Arthur Brown); and many others (fashion, makeup, cars, etc.).

All the posters are present (Mick Jagger, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Aretha Frankin, and others), the Al Kooper/Blood, Sweat and Tears picture flexi-disc is still bound in to Volume 2, #1, and, unusually, the "Spider-Man" 16pp. colour comic book is still attached to the front cover of the following issue.

Condition ranges from Very Good plus to Near Fine.

(15 issues).

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