KAWAHITO, Tadayuki. To camp 4. Kiriko. I couldn’t walk and I tried to run. John Lenon say. (Tokyo): (Tadayuki Kawahito) [self-published], (1972).


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KAWAHITO, Tadayuki.
To camp 4. Kiriko. I couldn’t walk and I tried to run. John Lenon say.
(Tokyo): (Tadayuki Kawahito) [self-published], (1972).

Oblong 4to (228 × 291 mm), pp.[16]. 10 black-and-white photographs (inc. cover). Black-and-white photo-illustrated saddle-stapled wrappers, white, text in black; very minor toning and handling marks to covers, oxidation to staples. Close to fine.

First edition. To Camp 4 Kiriko... is the last of four scarce and sought after books self-published by Kawahito in 1972. The other three titles in the series are To Camp 1 "Light On", To Camp 2 Snake, and To Camp 3 A Slug. Each incorporates lyrics from artists such as the Beatles and Frank Zappa in the title or in the credits. In this instance, the title is taken from John Lennon’s lyrics for the song Mother which appears on his album John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band (1970).

Tadayuki Kawahito was born in Nishijn, Kyoto in 1947. In 1968, after studying at the Japanese School of Photography in Osaka, he joined the advertising agency Light Publicity Company, leaving in 1971 to work as a freelance photographer and cameraman on advertising campaigns and editorial assignments.

Scarce, no copies in OCLC

 

 


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