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    Underground Sketchbook HC

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    Underground Sketchbook HC (C: 0-1-2)
    Originally published in 1964, childrens book illustrator Tomi Ungerers Underground Sketchbook lets loose a blast of social commentary, dadaesque observations, and existential angst, raging against avarice, unfettered consumerism, alienation, the mechanization of human experience, and the acquiescence to the worst instincts that fuel a modern economy as timely now as it was then. This is as powerful a dose of visual ingenuity, moral outrage, and bemused disgust at the human comedy that you are ever likely to experience.
    SKU: DCDL119966

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    Originally published in 1964, childrens book illustrator Tomi Ungerers Underground Sketchbook lets loose a blast of social commentary, dadaesque observations, and existential angst, raging against avarice, unfettered consumerism, alienation, the mechanization of human experience, and the acquiescence to the worst instincts that fuel a modern economy as timely now as it was then. This is as powerful a dose of visual ingenuity, moral outrage, and bemused disgust at the human comedy that you are ever likely to experience.