Beware of Dogs
England: Exitstencil Press, 1979. Silkscreen. 7 7/8 x 8 1/16 in.  pp. First edition of 56 copies, this book artist proof 10. Slight bumping at edges; else near fine. Item #6012
Artist's book published by Gee Vaucher's Exitstencil Press in 1979 and created by N.A Palmer from Crass and Simon Stockton aka T42. Vaucher, who grew up in a working class neighborhood in London before meeting Penny Rimbaud in art school, was a key member in Crass. As the primary artist behind Crass' style, she is credited with creating an anarcho-punk visual language that combined collage, satire, dark irony, and trenchant political critique.
Beware of Dogs demonstrates a related yet distinct anti-fascist style that was extremely influential in left countercultural scenes: more abstract, grittier, street-level, and less militantly didactic than Vaucher's work and much of the work she published in Exitstencil.
"I choose to eat eat eat you i choose to shit upon you i choose to pick my arse infront you i choose to piss upon you."
OCLC locates two holdings as of September 2021, at Harvard and The Walker Art Center.