(New York: Boo-Hooray, 2010).
First edition. Fine. Cardboard folio of twelve limited edition 17" x 12" silkscreens printed by Keegan Cooke at X Blank X Press for the exhibit at New York's Boo-Hooray Gallery in May of 2010, as well as two original Xeroxed flyers announcing the opening. Copy number 8 of 40 portfolios Signed by Jon Savage. The exhibit, curated by Johan Kugelberg, displayed collage art from the Savage/Sterling fanzine "The Secret Public," some of which was used as flyer art for bands such as the Buzzcocks, Joy Division, Magazine, and Factory Records, circa 1977-1980. It was the second project produced by the label New Hormones after the Buzzcock's "Spinal Scratch." Savage is best known for writing England's Dreaming, the history of punk music and the Sex Pistols. Linder Sterling is a visual, performance, and installation artist in permanent residence at the Tate.