Oz was an independent magazine with a focus on alternative and underground culture from around the world that ran between the 1960’s to the 70’s.
Oz N°38 Scoop!! The Day the Earth was Out to Lunch includes illustrations by Martin Sharp, John Hurford et al. and cartoons by Robert Crumb. With reviews and editorials on crime, humour, music albums and environmental issues. Through the early 70’s ads, the magazine gives a fascinating insight into the counterculture at the time.
London: OZ Publications Ink Limited, 1971.
First edition 4to (30 × 21.3 cm) Newspaper Unpaginated [48 pp] Texts in English Saddle-stapled in pictorial wrappers. Illustrated in colour throughout.
Near fine. Shelf wear on wrappers and rusty staples. Internally fine. Item ID: 3008.