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7: Cienfuegos Press, Part II

May 24, 2010

Here’s the second installment of Flavio Costantini covers for Cienfuegos Press. The five this week are a series of covers he did, each designed with the letter A (for Anarchy) as a central element. The first cover, Sabate, uses the A almost as an afterthought, and each cover further develops the idea, up through The End of Anarchism, which is simply genius in my opinion, with the A towering over the question mark, framing the setting sun.


Stuart Christie, The Christie File. Sanday: Cienfuegos Press, 1980.
Flavio Costantini, The Art of Anarchy. London: Cienfuegos Press, 1975.
Luigi Galleani, The End of Anarchism?, Sandy: Cienfuegos Press, 1982.
Gregory Petrovich Maximoff, The Guilotine at Work, vol. 1: The Leninist Counter-revolution. Sanday: Cienfuegos Press, 1979.
Antonio Téllez, Sabaté: Guerilla ExtraordinaryHas . London: Cienfuegos Press, 1974.

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One comment on “7: Cienfuegos Press, Part II”

i love these!
this edition of ‘end of anarchism’ is one of my favorite objects produced by modern anarchism.

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