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Yoko Ono & John Lennon contributions to Aspen 7

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The cult 1960s magazine Aspen featured contributions by prolific artists, musicians and writers including Peter Blake, William S. Burroughs, John Cage, Ossie Clark, Marcel Duchamp, David Hockney, John Lennon, Lou Reed and Yoko Ono.

Issued in a box, Aspen was one of the first multimedia magazines and became a time capsule of the period.

It was conceived by Phyllis Johnson, a former editor for Women’s Wear Daily and Advertising Age, and inspired by Aspen, Colorado, a popular ski resort at the time.

Each distinctive issue had a different editor and designer who took complete control of the magazine.

ASPEN MAGAZINE Number 7 - BRITISH BOX.
Editor: Mario Amaya
New York: Roaring Fork Press, Spring-Summer 1970
Designed by John Kosh
Box designed by Richard Smith

1. Box. Hinged box, 10 by 9-1/2 by 1-1/4 inches, shipped flat. Box designed by Richard Smith. After assembly, contains sections 2 through 14.

2. British Knickers. Sewing pattern by Ossie Clark.

4. The Gay Atomic Coloring Book. Drawings by Eduardo Paolozzi.

5. Five essays and one fiction. Twenty-four page book. Includes: The "London" Decade: Mario Amaya; London Subcultures: Michael Instone; Communicators: Christopher Finch; New Names in British Cinema: David Robinson; British Poetry Now: Edward Lucie-Smith; and Crash! (excerpt): J. G. Ballard.

6. Souvenir no. 1. Kitsch found by Peter Blake.

7. Souvenir no. 2. Kitsch found by Peter Blake.

8. The Lennon Diary 1969. Diary of the future, by John Lennon. Facsimile pocket diary for 1969, written November 1968.

9. Lyrics. Folder enclosing items 10 and 11, printed with text of Ono, Lennon and Tavener phonograph recordings.

10. Phonograph recording. John Tavener / Christopher Logue. Side A: Three Songs for Surrealists by John Tavener, words by Edward Lucie-Smith. Text printed on item 9. Side B: Christopher Logue Reads "New Numbers"

11. Phonograph recording. Yoko Ono & John Lennon. Side A: Song for John and No Bed for Beatle John by Yoko Ono. Text printed in item 9. Side B: Radio Play by John Lennon.

12. Europa & Her Bull. Typographical triptych by John Furnival.

13. Wave/rock. Concrete poetry by Ian Hamilton Finlay.

14. Notes on Rumpelstiltskin. Drawings by David Hockney.

15. Phonograph recording. Yoko Ono" Let's Go On Flying, Snow Is Falling All The Time, Mum’s Only Looking For Her Hand In The Snow.

Release date: Jun 1, 1970

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