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Raymond Pettibon counts among his muses Henry James, Mickey Spillane, Marcel Proust, William Blake, and Samuel Beckett, and pours their mututal ...Show synopsisRaymond Pettibon counts among his muses Henry James, Mickey Spillane, Marcel Proust, William Blake, and Samuel Beckett, and pours their mututal influence, along with a bucket of West-coast punk rock, into elegant, aggressive watercolor cartoons. This selection includes everything from city streets to alien-on-human sex, captioned, "it went on for 20 minutes instead of the required 2 because there was a live feed back home."Hide synopsis
Description:Fair. Covers scuffed/scratched, minimal shelf wear Item is...Fair. Covers scuffed/scratched, minimal shelf wear Item is intact, but may show shelf wear. Pages may include notes and highlighting. May or may not include supplemental or companion material. Access codes may or may not work. Connecting readers since 1972. Customer service is our top priority.
Description:Fine in very good dust jacket. (PETTIBON, RAYMOND). Pettibon,...Fine in very good dust jacket. (PETTIBON, RAYMOND). Pettibon, Raymond. RAYMOND PETTIBON MULTIPLE-SUPER SESSION: RUBBING SOULS AND SCRATCHING HOLES. San Francisco: Piece of Mind Records, 1992. First Pressing. 45 RPM Single + Picture Sleeve. Fine. /Very Good. One 7" black vinyl 45 RPM single in an illustrated picture sleeve. This quirky single features three songs penned by Raymond Pettibon ("Breed for Speedlove", "Mc Dylan O.G." and "Up on Crystal Creek Canal Without the Navy") with musical backing by Richard Heller and Marty Ross. The picture sleeve features two original Pettibon drawings for the project invoking John Lennon and Robert Christgau. A fine copy of the first and only pressing of this uncommon item in a handsome sleeve. Inventory Number: 017764.
Description:Good + in None jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Red white and blue...Good + in None jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Red white and blue illustrated wrappers display light wear to edges, upper corners thumbed. Old price sticker affixed to the rear cover, text in German, illustrated throughout.
Description:Good + in None jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. White wrappers...Good + in None jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. White wrappers with black titles and illustration display light wear to edges, book body clean, pages bright, illustrated throughout.
Publisher: Kunsthalle Wien & Verlag fur Moderne Kunst, Nurnberg,
Description:New in new dust jacket. (PETTIBON, RAYMOND). Pettibon, Raymond,...New in new dust jacket. (PETTIBON, RAYMOND). Pettibon, Raymond, Gerald Matt, Thomas Meissgang, Edward Dimendberg & Hans Rudolf Reust. RAYMOND PETTIBON: WHATEVER IT IS YOU'RE LOOKING FOR YOU WON'T FIND IT HERE. Vienna, AUSTRIA: Kunsthalle Wien & Verlag fur Moderne Kunst, Nurnberg, 2006. First Edition 1/2500. 4to. Wrappers in Illustrated Jacket. Artist Monograph. As New. /As New. 228pp, profusely illustrated in color and b&w. Text in English. Designed by MVD Austria. With an exhibition checklist, biography, exhibition history, bibliography and filmography. Published in conjunction with a comprehensive 2006 retrospective held at the Kunsthalle Wien, "Whatever it is You're Looking for You Won't Find it Here" reproduces over five hundred Raymond Pettibon drawings and works on paper executed between 1978 and 2005. It includes essays by Gerald Matt, Thomas Meissgang, Edward Dimendberg, and Hans Rudolf Reust as well as a transcribed interview with the Los Angeles based artist. A pristine copy of the English language edition still in the publisher's shrinkwrap. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight-we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 018189.
Description:(PETTIBON, RAYMOND). Pettibon, Raymond. RAYMOND PETTIBON: AS...(PETTIBON, RAYMOND). Pettibon, Raymond. RAYMOND PETTIBON: AS ALWAYS AND SO ON. NP: Raymond Pettibon, 2006. First Edition 1/450. 8vo. Stapled Xeroxed Wrappers. Artist's Book. As New. np (34pp), 26 b&w illustrations. "As Always and So On" is a recent Raymond Pettibon artist book in the time-honored DIY, xeroxed format of his earlier, self-published works. It is populated with images of Raymond, Che, Batman and Robin, Stalin, Ronald Reagan, Jughead, Nat King Cole, and even the Holy Bible! A pristine copy of this uncommon item limited to four hundred and fifty copies hand numbered and bearing the artist's chop in the publisher's plastic sleeve, as issued. Inventory Number: 020780.
Description:Used-Like New. Pettibon's fictions, as he calls his work come...Used-Like New. Pettibon's fictions, as he calls his work come from many different sources: social satire, from the etchings of Goya to the cartoons of Honoré Daumier, mass culture, television, magazines and texts cómics. Los of his drawings are inspired by literary sources among which include Marcel Proust, Henry James, the Bible, William Blake and John Ruskin, but also popular magazines and dime novels. In his early work, these references take the form of quotations ~ ~ between lines that later became more direct and extensive citations. In this paper we present the two main languages? ? used by this artist: drawing and Raymond Pettibon escritura. La exploration conducted, in the late eighties, in the field of radical American subculture of the sixties and seventies; led him in 1989 to record a series of films shot with a home video equipment. Sir Drone and The Whole World Is Watching: Weatherman '69 were filmed and released on VHS during that same año. En the context of the early punk movement in the American West Coast, in the late seventies, Sir Drone tells the story of two teenage punks, interpreted in the video by Mike Kelley and Mike Watt (Minutemen group member and fIREHOSE) trying to mount a group, and who must confront ethical and aesthetic issues that this raises.
Description:Fine. INSCRIBED by Rayond Pettibon on the front blank endpaper...Fine. INSCRIBED by Rayond Pettibon on the front blank endpaper to Low Gallery owner Kerry-Celan Freeman. About fine in oversize printed wrappers. (11 1/2" X 10") (160pp. ) (Mild bump to lower edge of text) Illustrated profusely throughout mostly in color. (LR)
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