Saturday, 16 December 2017
The British Underground of the Sixties
In 1966 Barry Miles and John "Hoppy" Hopkins decided to start a newspaper. They called it International Times (IT) and launched it in April. It was the first British underground newspaper and began a news media revolution.
The British Underground Press of the Sixties catalog displays the covers of every British underground paper that launched in the 1960s: International Times, OZ, Friends/Frendz, Gandalf's Garden, Black Dwarf and Ink. It also includes the comic books that grew out of the papers and various examples of the graphics, ads, posters and flyers produced by each publication.
For more details and to order your copy (tempting limited editions available) make a visit to britishundergroundpress