Spaced Out: Radical Environments of the Psychedelic Sixties
by Gordon, Alastair
New York: Rizzoli International Publications, Inc.. Near Fine. (c.2008). First Edition. Hardcover. 978-0-8478-3105-0 . (pictorial boards, no dust jacket as issued) [brand-new book, but with a couple of moderately bumped corners]. (color and B&W photographs) Lavishly-illustrated survey of the "constructions" that were emblematic of the youth/drug culture of 1960s America: crash pads, hippie communes, geodesic domes, infinity machines, etc. ***Additional shipping charges for this heavy book will apply for non-U.S. customers; please inquire before placing your order.*** . (Inventory #: 22513)
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