First Edition of Brion Gysin’s ‘The Process’ — 1969.
'Hopscotch' (or 'Rayuela' in its original Spanish) by Julio Cortazar. First American edition, 1966. Dust jacket by George Salter.
Second edition of Alexander Berkman’s famous prison memoirs. Berkman was convinced by Emma Goldman to kill Pittsburgh industrialist Henry Clay Frick. He shot Frick, but did not kill him.
First paperback edition of “Pedro Paramo” by Juan Rulfo. Grove Press, 1959. Cover by Roy Kuhlman.
Jean-Michel Basquiat and Maya Angelou collabo. 1993.
Alvin Lustig dust jacket for New Directions, 1953.
"She loved Men, Money and Marijuana." 1951.
Alvin Lustig dust jacket for Paul Bowles’ “The Sheltering Sky” — first published in America by New Directions in 1949. The rear panel of the jacket advertises the New Classics series, a set of 36 titles that Lustig designed the jackets for.
Published by Charles H. Kerr, another publishing house of the subversive and dissident.
Grove Press, 1961. Paperback original. Cover design by Roy Kuhlman.
A truism. And the 2nd book by H. L. ‘Doc’ Humes.
Monograph on Alvin Lustig. Loads of color photos. Recommended.