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RUSCHA, Edward.

Crackers.

Stock Code
98413
Hollywood, Heavy Industry Publications, 1969
£500

Ruscha's zany photographic narrative based on Mason Williams short, eccentric piece of prose, 'How to Drive the Maximum Enjoyment from Crackers', which is printed on the rear flap of the dust-jacket.

Edward Ruscha (1937 -) American artist of the pop art movement, through painting, printmaking, drawing, photography, and film.

Mason Williams (1938-) American classical guitarist, composer, writer, comedian, and poet, was educated in Oklahoma where he formed a lifelong friendship with Ruscha.

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Description

First edition, 8vo (225 by 150 mm [8¾ by 6 inches]), [249]pp, 115 black & white photographic illustrations, publisher's perfect bound, card wrappers, printed dust-jacket, very faint spotting, slight toning, otherwise a near-fine copy.

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