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A guide to creating the visual style of the new underground printing processes and other forms of alternative media associated with the counterculture: photography, wide angle, lenses, slides, negatives, colors, mood, contrast, film, projectors, kinescope, tapes, silk screen, Xerox and split fountain printing, reticulation, etc. Includes unusual photographs of Allen Ginsberg and Michael McClure at a poetry reading.

Text: Ackerman Wes. pp. 48; paperback. Publisher: Break-through Influence Co., Eugene, 1971.

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A guide to creating the visual style of the new underground printing processes and other forms of alternative media associated with the counterculture: photography, wide angle, lenses, slides, negatives, colors, mood, contrast, film, projectors, kinescope, tapes, silk screen, Xerox and split fountain printing, reticulation, etc. Includes unusual photographs of Allen Ginsberg and Michael McClure at a poetry reading.

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