31 publications of the Bazooka group, a French graphic punk artist collective formed by Kiki and Loulou Picasso, Bernard Vidal, Olivia Clavel, Lulu Larsen, and Jean Rouzaud. Collected by a Dutch connoisseur in private binding by Pau Groenendijk. 44,5:32 cm.
Un regard moderne no 1 – 5 (1978 Libération)
4 Bazooka inserts from ‘Métal Hurlant’ magazine (late seventies)
1952 New York, New Directions Books, first edition, 192p. 21:14,5 cm. Hardcover with dust jacket in fine condition.
Early cult-novel about the hipster community in New York’s Greenwich Village. With signature of former owner on the title page.
Quote from the front flap: “What is a ‘hipster’? The name derives from the jazz term ‘hip’ and denotes a person who possesses ‘superior awareness.’ The ‘hipster’ sees through the shams of conventional attitudes and morality; he patterns his life on a code of personal freedom which has something in common with that of the French Existentialist.
Because ‘hipsters’ are much too smart to work, they live by their wits in a kind of underground which lies half way between neurosis and violence.”
1991 Gent, De Prentenier, oplage 25 genummerde en gesigneerde exemplaren. Enkele teksten van Seuphor uit ‘Le benefice du jour (1990) met twee tekeningen van Seuphor uitgevoerd in zeefdruk, waarvan de eerste met twee collage elementen uit gekleurd papier, gesigneerd.
39,5:29 cm. Linnen met leeslint en papieren omslag.