No place (West Germany): Domberger Siebdruck, . First edition. Wall calendar for 1972, featuring 13 large vibrant silkscreens by artists who had previously used the firm's serigraph printing services. Front cover and its acetate overlay, which is part of the work by Kapitzski, are creased at lower right corner; acetate is torn at top near the wire binding. The acetate is not quite as bad as it looks in the photo. January (Edlich) is creased along lower left, with a short closed tear at upper right edge (photo color is not true but the crease is visible). All the other silkscreens are crisp and fine, and they would display beautifully. Overall size ca. 16 1/2 x 19 inches. No. 1518 of 3000 copies. Item #30073
The artists--all German or American--are Herbert Kapitzki, Stephen Edlich, Robert Indiana, Frank Werner, Josef Levi, Richard Anuszkiewicz, Luitpold Domberger, Nicholas Krushenick, Horst Scheffler, Hugo Dietz, Edna Andrade, Peter Stroud, and Raimund Girke. Chiefly geometric or op art designs in hish Sixties and Seventies modes. Each silkscreen is printed on its on sheet, which hangs in front of the calendar page. Shipping/handling will be extra; please keep this in mind when ordering.