Nomoma: pictorial rubber stamps; catalog, volume 1 number 1, September 1978. Steven Durland.
Nomoma: pictorial rubber stamps; catalog, volume 1 number 1, September 1978
Nomoma: pictorial rubber stamps; catalog, volume 1 number 1, September 1978

Nomoma: pictorial rubber stamps; catalog, volume 1 number 1, September 1978

Amherst, MA: Northampton Museum of Modern Art [fictional?], 1978. 4-page letter-size folder displaying 46 rubber stamps for use in rubber-stamp art, mail art, and the like. The images include a twin-hulled WWII P-38, a flying fish, a carrot, a mask of Tutankhamen, a portrait of Karl Marx, a cowboy on a rearing horse, and a glamour girl. The putative author, Steven Durland, is not named; he later became the editor and co-publisher, with Linda Frye Burnham, of High Perfomance: the Performance Art Quarterly, and of Art in the Public Interest. Brown ink on tan paper. Some darkening of paper. No copies located in OCLC, but it appears in the University of Iowa Special Collections (Papers of Steven Durland), Getty Center (Jean Brown Papers), and Ohio State University (Scott Helmes Collection). **Free domestic or international shipping with direct order. Item #08701

Price: $125.00

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