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October 2020




DEADLY PREY - Hand Painted Movie Posters From Ghana
A compilation of dazzling, bizarre hand-painted movie posters from Ghana commissioned by
Odd Obsession Movie Store, Chicago. It collects work by Ghanaian poster artists Heavy J, Salvation,
Stoger, Mr. Nana Aguq, & Leonardo and includes introductory essays by Terry Zwigoff (director of
Crumb and Ghost World), Kofi Ghartey, and Brian Chankin. The open edge of the front
cover features a hand-torn detail, and the posters have been printed in full colour replacing
magenta with fluoro pink which giving extra, vibrant pop of colour to the images!
25 x 19cm, 100 pages, 44 full colour plates,
6 pages of essays, sewn paperback, Perfectly Acceptable Press, 2020.
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RELICS AND RELIQUARIES - JEFFREY VALLANCE
I'm really please to have got hold of copies of this magnificent book, produced for
the 2007 Relics & Reliquaries exhibition at Crand Central Art Center, Santa Ana,
California, this book covers over 40 years of Vallances work.
176 pgs, Clothbound Hardback with Dustjacket, 29 x 23 cm, 2008.
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BLINKY - JEFFREY VALLANCE

In April 1978, Californian Artist Jeffrey Vallance went to the local Ralph's supermarket,
bought a frozen chicken which he named Blinky and then drove to the Los Angeles Pet
Cemetary where he had Blinky buried and a grave marker erected. This book is a reprint of
the 1979 edition which documented this unique performance/prank, Beautifully produced
with embossed cover and endpapers showing the bloodstained ' shround of Blinky'. This
expanded edition of Blinky comes with a DVD of a 15 minute video made in 1988,
showing the exhumation, autopsy and reinterment of Blinky!
2008 (3rd Edition), 14 x21cm, 30 pgs, Embossed colour cover.
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MY LIFE WITH DICK - JEFFREY VALLANCE

'A sidesplitting chronicle of the inescapable influence of America's 37th President, Richard
M. Nixon, on one of the art world's liveliest mavericks, Jeffrey Vallance.' Growing up in
California in the 1960's, Vallance became, seemingly inevitably, mildy obsessed by Richard
Nixon. In 1990 after his offer to donate some of his artwork to the official Richard Nixon
Library was declined, Vallance created his own Richard Nixon Museum exhibition.
This pocket-sized book contains a mixture of Nixonian ephemera, artwork and
anecdotes in Jeffrey Vallance's unique style - blurring history and mythology
Paperback, USA, 2005, 18 x 13cm, 32 pgs.
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THE NEXT BIG THING #28, 40th Anniversary Issue, 1977-2017.

Lindsay Hutton started The Next Big Thing, named after a Dictators song, in early 1977
and published 23 issues in the next 10 years - that's an impressive schedule and a further 5
issues appeared sporadically over the next thirty years. Initially fired up by 'Punk', N.B.T.
increasingly sought out the raw rock'n'roll energy of punk's predecessors and earlier
influences. With extensive gig, record and zine reviews, charts and collages and articles
from an illustrious list of contributors. N.B.T. was always enthused, informative and
opinionated, articles are often handwritten and signed by the author - a neat personal touch,
and there's plenty of Scots phrases thrown in to baffle Sassenachs. Pure Dead Brilliant.
Issue 28, has editor Lindsays' reminiscences on his fanzine 'career', Amy Rigby's memories
of moving to NYC in 1976, Art Fein on being The Cramps' manager, a report from the
Fantastic Dracula Carnival in Benidorm, a story from J.D.King, hate mail, Norwegian
pop/punk duo The Dahlmanns, The Shizophrenics, a conversation between Laura Cantrell
and Amy Rigby and a letter from Morrissey (from 1983!) Plus a 7" single from The
Dahlmanns. (Also available without the vinyl if you live in a record-player free household.)
7"x7" packaged with a header card, 32 pages, 2017.
Magazine + 7" Single
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Magazine Only
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