Push Pin Studios, New York. 1979. 32 pages. 4to (30,5 x 23 cm). Stapled. Former owner’s name on front cover [Leif] Thollander.
”Years before real-life television drama became popular, the Graphic paid homage to the world’s most disturbing disasters. The main text was Edgar Allan Poe’s ʻThe Masque of the Red Death.ʼ Robbins wrote about the attractive nature of disasters, and ʻInfelicitiesʼ was a series of surrealistic imaginary disasters dreamed up by the Push Pin artists.” The Push Pin Graphic pp.212-213.