David Lance Goines POSTERS 1968 -1973 Limited 1ST Edition of only 2000 Copies A Catalogue Of Posters By David Lance Goines Exhibited At The Poster From The Fourteenth Of April To The Thirty-First Of May Nineteen Hundred Seventy-Three With A Note On The Technique Employed In Their Production
A Catalogue Of Posters By David Lance Goines Exhibited At The Poster From The Fourteenth Of April To The Thirty-First Of May Nineteen Hundred Seventy-Three With A Note On The Technique Employed In Their Production.
Published by Saint Heironymous Press, Berkeley, California, 1973. Limited First Edition, printed in an edition of 2000 copies (so stated). A finely printed catalogue by David Lance Goines, with 27 small lithographic plates reproducing his earliest 27 posters, and in many cases using the same inks and paper stock as the original posters. Softcover wraps with french folds, 9" x 7", unpaginated [33 pages], each poster is printed on its own leaf. NEAR FINE Condition: a touch of light wear/age, overall tight, bright, clean and unmarked. An excellent copy. This original 1973 exhibition catalogue is an important and scarce resource for the collector.
David Lance Goines (b 1945) pioneering poster artist, political activist, calligrapher, graphic artist, and printer. In 1964, 19 year old Goines was expelled from UC Berkeley after being arrested and jailed for protest leafleting on campus during Berkeley's Free Speech Movement. He apprenticed at the radical, era defining Berkeley Free Press which he acquired in 1971. Chronology of the Press: [Free Speech Movement press], 1964-1965; Berkeley Free Press, 1965-1967; Berkeley Graphic Arts, 1967-1971; Saint Hieronymus Press, 1971-present.