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SNAPS CRACK POP! the Extra Deluxe Ltd Edn with the unique John Foy/Red Eye Records label bits.

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  • Image of SNAPS CRACK POP! the Extra Deluxe Ltd Edn with the unique John Foy/Red Eye Records label bits.
  • Image of SNAPS CRACK POP! the Extra Deluxe Ltd Edn with the unique John Foy/Red Eye Records label bits.
  • Image of SNAPS CRACK POP! the Extra Deluxe Ltd Edn with the unique John Foy/Red Eye Records label bits.

RED EYE RECORDS / SKULL PRINTWORKS / BLACK EYE RECORDS
This book is a 252 page deluxe limited numbered edition of 250 copies only and only 100 copies from here. These contain extra goodies including a Book Plate individually signed by the authors John Foy and Jim Paton.
Size: 290mmH x 257mmW
Weighing approx. 1.6kg.

It’s a mongrel. Neither monograph nor memoir, ‘Snaps, Crack & Pop!’ is something in between. Utilising the rock posters of Skull Printworks and graphics of Red Eye and Black Eye Records, the book documents the unusual career path of designer and reluctant record executive, John Foy. It’s a personal journal that traverses his experiences in the original 70’s Punk era, legendary record stores, trading 60’s psychedelic posters, as well as more recent exploits.
With humour as weapon of choice, Foy establishes facts and dispels myths, as he interweaves his experiences with sociological observations of the times.

Along with notorious performers Thug, familiar entities like The Cruel Sea, Clouds, Steve Kilbey, Beasts of Bourbon, Deniz Tek and Kim Salmon - are revealed in a wealth of previously unseen images. Specially featured photographers include: Tony Mott, Linda Nolte, Geoff Aitken, Tom Takas, Kim Sandeman, Russell Kilbey and Stephen Best – amongst others. Rich in colour throughout, the visuals of ‘Snaps, Crack & Pop!’ have been brilliantly realised by former Red Eye art director Jim Paton. It’s a book like no other.

ISBN 978-0-6482273-1-1
This edition published in 2018 by Past Present Future Art