Push Pin Studios, New York. 1978. 32 pages. 4to (30,5 x 23 cm). Stapled. Former owner’s name on front cover [Leif] Thollander.
”All the Push Pin artists joined to produce a history of costumes, using collaged vintage engravings to inject an absurd historical dimension. Tom Wolfe reported on alternative youth in Los Angeles in ʻThe Hair Boys.ʼ And performance artist Pat Oleszko’s futurist clown costume was featured among the other “Costume Party” guests. Robbins, newly appointed managing editor, wrote ʻHow Clothes Began.ʼ” The Push Pin Graphic pp.202-205.