Push Pin Studios, New York. 1976. (28 pages). 4to (30,5 x 23 cm). Stapled. Unfortunately, lacking the covers, clipped and with cut-outs on several pages. Former owner’s name [Leif] Thollander.
”The “Mothers” issue launched the first standard (nine-by twelve-inch, thirty-two-page) magazine format that continued until issue number 86. Chwast appointed himself editor and art director. Included were essays and pictures devoted to famous and infamous mothers: Friedman’s photo of Jackson Pollock’s, Miyauchi’s painting of Giotto’s, and others. “Trixie and Dixie” (Pamela Vassil and Lilly Filipow) introduced an advice column, and [Paula] Scher wrote about the “Mother Mafia.” With this issue ten thousand copies were distributed to subscribers. This issue was Glaser’s last appearance in the Graphic.” The Push Pin Graphic pp.174-175.