Sacramento: Guerilla, 1992. First Edition. Well-preserved premiere issue of this short-lived Northern California graffiti and hip-hop newspaper. Introductory matter gives a clear not to David Schmidlapp's International Graffiti Times, "our brothers from New York that took the "G-Word" out of aerosol" (p.2). Contents feature coverage of the Sacramento and Bay Area graffiti scene, with outlines, numerous black and white photographs of illegal pieces, including a large photographic centerfold, with a poem by Makik Tippins, a brief article on hip-hop, and the essay "Malcolm Says I'm A Field Negro." We've encountered no issues beyond Vol.1, No.2. Uncommon; not found in OCLC. Item #4160
Tabloid (43.5cm); illustrated newsprint wrappers; pp; illus. Light wear and toning to extremities, horizontal fold at center, with a few tiny tears; complete; Very Good+.