A complete run in 6 issues (the number of pages corresponding to the number of days in the month) of the French social and political artistic publication under the editorial direction of the Bazooka artist collective, and containing on every page cartoons, drawings, and collages from a number of Bazooka artists providing commentary on current events. Folio. Orig. illus. wrpps. Some minor soiling and wear. Paris (Sarl Société Nouvelle de Presse et de Communication) 1978.
The Paris-based Bazooka group was initially established in 1974 and were renowned for their guerrilla design assaults on various forms of media. They were comprised of a group of French art students and first gained notoriety when they were comissioned by Serge July in 1977 to do illustration work for the well-known French newspaper Liberation. Their punk attitudes and imagery got them fired, but the editors did ask them to publish a satellite magazine, Un Regard Moderne. Contributing artists include Loulou Picasso, Kiki Picasso, Olivia Clavel, Bernard Picasso, Lou/Lulu Larsen, Bernard Vidal, Jean Rouzaud, and Philippe Bailly. As of July 2017, WorldCat shows only one complete holding in North America and two incomplete runs. Book ID: 48239