n.p.: Scholastic Book Club, 1973. Square 8vo. First edition. Punch-out, color figures, by Gorey depicting "Rumpelstiltskin and friends." The figures are on a large folding card, with a single sheet of instructions wrapped around. Though known to be Gorey's work, his name does not appear anywhere. This copy is signed...
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np: Fantod, 1966. Pamphlets. First editions. Limited to 500 copies. Fine in somewhat worn publisher's envelope with minor dampmarking to one end.
n.p.: Fantod Press, 1993. Softbound. First trade edition. A miniature book measuring 2.75" x 2.25." As new in the original glassine envelope.
NY: Johnray Publishing, 1977. 4to. Pamphlet. First edition. Program for the Broadway production of Dracula starring Frank Langella. Cover by Edward Gorey with more drawings inside. Fine.
NY: Beaufort Books/Peter Weed, . Oblong 16mo. Hardbound in dust jacket. First trade edition. Signed by Gorey. Minor toning to front gutters, else fine in price-clipped dust jacket.
n.p.: Fantod Press, 1995. Pamphlet. First edition. One of 500 numbered copies signed by Gorey. Barely perceptible touch of toning to top of spine, else very fine.
NY: Arlington House, . Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Review copy with slip. Fine in dust jacket with a small nick.
NY: William Morrow, 1975. 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Profusely illustrated with color photos. Fine in price-clipped dust jacket.
Berkeley: University of California Press, . 8vo. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Foreword by Marla Prather. Profusely illustrated. As new.
Boston: Bullfinch, . Oblong 8vo. Hardbound in dust jacket. Second printing. Introduction by Terence Riley. Photographs of Frank Lloyd Wright's buildings with excerpts from his writings. As new.
Rochester, VT: Inner Traditions, . Large 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Inscribed by Grey with a small drawing of a pyramid-with-third-eye: "To Judy, With love and light. Alex Grey." Grey has elevated metaphysical, psychedelic art to a higher level of achievement. Essays by Albert Hofmann and others. About fine.
n.p.:n.p.,n.d. "An Historic Hootenanny" held at Carnegie Hall to benefit the SEVA Foundation, ca. 1970's. Odetta, Tom Paxton, John Sebastian, Ram Dass, Bob Gibson and others were scheduled to play, with Wavy Gravy acting as MC. Features an illustration of eyeballs playing musical instruments. Fine.
n.p.:n.p., . A local newspaper from Maui featuring a full-cover color illustration by Rick Griffin of an eyeball riding a surfboard. Very fine.
Berkeley: Berkeley Bonaparte, 1967. Poster featuring a b&w illustration of a holy man with arms outstretched and rays emanating from him. The same illustration was featured on the cover of Oracle, No. 6. This is the second printing of this poster that was originally issued by Co-op Oracle Posters earlier...
NY: Dover, . 4to. Softbound. First edition. Profusely illustrated throughout. Lamination starting to peel at corners, else fine and bright.
NY: Abrams, . Folio. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Profusely illustrated throughout with tipped-in plates. Fine.
[NY: Something Else Press, 1969]. 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Profusely illustrated with photographs and graphics. Gutman was a stock analyst, an artist, and a friend of Kerouac and the Beats. He produced the film, Pull My Daisy. "Compliments of the editors" card laid in. Fine.
NY: Guillaume Gallozzi, 1994. Pamphlet. First edition. Exhibition catalog from Gysin's 1994 show at the Guillaume Gallozzi in New York City. Prints previously unpublished texts by Gysin as well as color illustrations of his work. Includes photographs of him and a chronology of his career. Nicely printed. Fine.
NY: Abrams, . Square 8vo. Hardbound in dust jacket. First American edition. Illustrated throughout. Fine (trivial touch of soiling to dj).
NY: Abrams, . Square 8vo. Hardbound in dust jacket. First American edition. Illustrated throughout. Fine.