If you have always been the type of person to question the history textbooks you grew up with as a kid, this is your graphic non-fiction masterpiece. This is a beautiful hardback edition, its heavy so the postage is high but the original price is $30 !!
Abolish Work combines two influential pamphlets from the frontlines of the class war. The texts from these anonymous workers offer cutting-edge class analysis and critiques of daily life accompanied by uncensored, innovative illustrations.
Anarchy Comics: The Complete Collection brings together the legendary four issues of Anarchy Comics (1978-1986), the underground comic that melded anarchist politics with a punk sensibility, producing a riveting mix of satire, revolt, and artistic experimentation.
New Edition with new design, layout, updates, & corrections! Here’s a hand-illustrated and accessible introduction to the world of bike repair! Through working at both Plan B Bike Project and French Quarter Bicycles in New Orleans, our co-authors have gathered a wealth of experience to share with would-be mechanics.
The third volume in his Stealworks Anthologies, this is a collection of John Yates' incendiary graphics.His depicitions, characterised by his juxtaposition of archetypical images with subversive political slogans have made their way into Newsweek, CNN and the New York Times - appearing on the shirts of protestors the world over!
"[Kuper's] attempt to escape the last years of the Bush Administration led him to relocate to a town that turned out to be under martial law, in an area plagued by riptides, ecotourists, and stray dogs, all faithfully—and hilariously—documented here." —New Yorker
Disaster and Resistance outlines pressing social and political struggles at the dawn of the twenty-first century. In his bold comic style, Seth Tobocman chronicles events as they happen, musing not on the chaos of instability and fear, but on the struggle against it. This book is a call to action.
This zine is a contradiction in terms. Anarchism by definition is opposed tp hierarchy, therefore to place any anarchist as 'greater' than any other defeats the whole point. The anarchists contained therein were chosen simply for their contribution to the anarchist movement throughout history.
How to Make Trouble and Influence People is a revelation of Australia's radical past through more than 500 tales of Indigenous resistance, convict revolts and escapes, picket line hijinks, student occupations, street art, media pranks, urban interventions, squatting, blockades, banner drops, guerrilla theatre and billboard liberation.