Amsterdam: Aloha, 1969-1973. Softcover folio. VG. Item #4782
Aloha, first established as Hitweek magazine in 1965, was a Dutch un-derground paper with a particular emphasis on comics and contemporary music. Upon its rebrand as Aloha in 1969, the magazine served as a hub for graphic and comic artists, publishing Dutch illustrators Piet Schreud-ers and Aart Clerkx (aka Acé) along with American cartoonists like R. Crumb and Victor Moscoso. Notably, editor and co-founder Willem De Ridder–declared Chairman of European Fluxus by artist George Maci-unas–produced film programs, exhibitions, and multiple publications in Amsterdam through the 1960s and ‘70s.
Slight edgewear commensurate with age, all issues in very good condition.
Nos. 1-3, 5-11, 13-52; Vol. 3: Nos. 1-11, 14-23; Vol. 4: Nos. 1, 5, 10, 18-19.