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#00325

Fanzini Goes to The Movies

Artists
John Jack Baylin and John Dowd
Date
1976
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Softcover
Size
21 × 28 cm
Length
63 
Description

Fanzine takes on almost every icon of the 1970’s as meaningful and meaningless. Burt Reyolds, Bullwinkle, Tony the Tiger, 1940’s and 50’s adverts, peppered with homo soft-core. Postmodern, funny and deftly inappropriate. All in black and white.

  1. Fanzini Goes to The Movies
 

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