Title: Filipino Food
Author: Ed Badajos
Description: Signed and numbered edition [314/1000], accordion-style book in wooden boards with a pyrographic title on the front. The signed limitation page states, ''This book was published in commemoration of the first Badajos Exhibition held at Molly Barnes Gallery, 631 North La Cienega Blvd. Los Angeles California on February 15th 1971.'' Hinges tape reinforced on reverse side. Unmarked, showing light wear.
In Filipino Food, Badajos lays out an odyssey of surreal and intensely psychedelic panels, sequentially flowing between material and immaterial mutations, and replete with the somewhat chaotic cultural and sexual motifs common to underground comix.
Ed Badajos (1942-1983), a native of Honolulu, Hawaii, was a Filipino-American cartoonist and illustrator. He was the editorial cartoonist for the Los Angeles Free Press and his work could also be seen in underground publications such as the Berkeley Barb, Oz, and The Staff. His exhibition at the Molly Barnes Gallery consisted of the originals that would appear in Filipino Food.
Binding: Wooden Boards
Condition: Very Good
Publisher: [Molly Barnes Gallery]
Place: Los Angeles
Keywords: psychedelic, comix, underground, counterculture, Molly Barnes Gallery,
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