PEACE, LOVE, AND ROCKETS
Peace, Love and Rockets is a catalogue of the Center for Book Arts exhibition of the same name. It focuses on musicians as publishers by examining objects such as vinyl covers, CD booklets, and posters produced by independent small labels. Nearly all the works in the exhibition were produced in the past ten years. Represented music genres include Chinese Noise music, Chilean and Latin American Lo-Fi, and 1970s DIY British Punk.
This catalogue contains a list of exhibited items, but its primary focus is illustrating the items and the exhibition. It contains fifty pages of captioned illustrations, as well as short interviews with artists and designers who work with small music labels.
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> BOOK ARTS
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> CENTER FOR BOOK ARTS
> EXHIBITION CATALOGUE
> OAK KNOLL PRESS
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A VINCENT STARRETT LIBRARY, THE ASTONISHING RESULT OF TWE...
by Honce, Charles
First edition, limited to 100 copies. Best bibliography of Starrett. Includes an autobiographical sketch by Starrett. Presentation "For Adrian Goldstone - imploring him not to try to find everything in this book - Vincent Starrett" on free endpaper. With Goldstone's bookplate. Goldstone (1897-1977) was the noted bibliophile who also authored the bibliographies of Steinbeck and Machen. The bibliography part has check marks showing Goldstone in action. Very scarce.