This week underground art and comics make their way to Humble Bundle courtesy of Last Gasp Books, the San Francisco based publisher founded by the one and only Ron Turner. Together they have launched a specially curated bundle featuring a mix of art books, comics, and magazine collections, with every entry as varied and unique as the talented creators who put their blood, sweat, and tears into each work.
This Humble Book Bundle collects unique art books featuring renowned visionaries from all different walks of life including Skinner, Frank Kozik, Ron English, Diane di Prima, Mario DiGiorgio, Basil Wolverton, Mitch O’Connell, Toufic El Rassi, and many more.
Customers can name their price for Revolutionary Letters, A Cynic’s Guide to a Rich and Full Life, Pop Surrealism: The Rise of Underground Art, The Original Art of Basil Wolverton, and Mitch O’Connell: The World’s Best Artist.
Those who pay more than the average price will also receive Arab in America, Gangsta Rap Coloring Book, Forbidden Activities for Neglected Children, Man’s Ruin: The Posters & Art of Frank Kozik, and Status Factory: The Art of Ron English.
Customers who pay $15 or more will receive all of the above plus Tales of the San Francisco Cacophony Society and Hi-Fructose Collected Edition Vol. 1-3.
To see the full list head to: https://www.humblebundle.com/books
Additional titles will be unveiled mid-promotion on April 22.
“Last Gasp has been ‘pushing mind candy to the masses’ for 45 years,” said Last Gasp’s Marketing Director Janelle Hessig. “By having these titles available as ebooks for the first time, we’re hoping a whole new population of readers will be able to enjoy our weird and wonderful books”
As with all Humble Bundles, customers can choose how their purchase dollars are allocated, between the publisher and charity. The Humble Underground Book Bundle presented by Last Gasp supports both Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
The Humble Underground Book Bundle presented by Last Gasp runs from now until Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at 11 a.m. Pacific time.
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