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Agnew’s Burger Joint
Agnew’s Burger Joint

RAT cartoonist Joe Shenkman created this cover which captured the very essence of President Nixon and V.P. Agnew for the February 7-13, 1969 issue. This archival reproduction is printed locally in Austin, TX on #80lb matte cover and is 12×18.”

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Armed Love
Armed Love

The UAWMF (Up Against The Wall/Motherfuckers) street warriors adapted the image of the Zig Zag Man, adding a bandolier of bullets and the slogan “Armed Love.”  In 1969 it reflected the increasing anger and militancy widespread in New York.  This … Read More

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BAMN
BAMN

This proto-punk poster, created by the UAWMF (Up Against The Wall/Motherfuckers), married angry, surrealist poetry with the brash anonymity of cut up collage.   This was a highly sought after addition to the September 6-19, 1968 issue. This archival reproduction is … Read More

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Burroughs Interview
Burroughs Interview

William Burroughs was a regular contributor to The RAT  who stressed novel and visionary forms of resistance.  This poster was designed by RAT art director Bob Eisner. This beautiful portrait graced the cover of the October 4-17, 1968 issue. This … Read More

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Chicago Democratic Séance
Chicago Democratic Séance

This was the cover for the RAT’s special guide for demonstrators headed to Chicago to disrupt “business as usual” for LBJ’s war party. This grim drawing by Rick Meyerowitz, invoking Macbeth and featuring the ghost of Robert F. Kennedy hovering … Read More

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Dope
Dope

This classic “Before & After” cartoon graced the walls of many dwellings on the east coast.  Cartoonist Gilbert Shelton was most known for “The Adventures of the Furry Freak Brothers” and “Wonder Warthog.” This archival reproduction is printed locally in … Read More

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Heil Columbia
Heil Columbia

After students seized Columbia University in the spring of 1968, a bloody assault by the police, retook the university.  Sid Hammer created this powerful piece for the cover of the May 3-16, 1968 issue. This archival reproduction is printed locally … Read More

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Jersey Hitters – R.C & The Phantom Spitter
Jersey Hitters – R.C & The Phantom Spitter

On the weekends, the Lower East Side was inundated with young people from outside the city.  Ever the keen observer, R. Crumb inked this cartoon of two “Jersey Hitters” making the scene.  In 1969, it reflected the increasing anger and … Read More

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Know Yourself Know Your People
Know Yourself Know Your People

Another of the great UAWMF (Up Against The Wall/Motherfuckers) posters using a Japanese NOH mask to admonish: “Know yourself. Know your people.”  Viewed upside down, the mask becomes a pig’s head.  This poster was a center spread in the May 16-20, … Read More

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Lovers – First openly supportive cover on newsstands
Lovers – First openly supportive cover on newsstands

This RAT cover was the first overtly LGBT to be sold on newsstands, proudly the cover of the May 9-15, 1969 issue of The RAT.  These publications were usually hidden away.  It anticipated the Stonewall Rebellion of June 1969, which … Read More

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Make Love Not War Rats
Make Love Not War Rats

Even RATS share love.  This old woodcut found around the RAT headquarters made a great centerfold.  These lovers were featured in the May 2-8, 1969 issue of The RAT. This archival reproduction is printed locally in Austin, TX on #80lb … Read More

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Mojo Mutant
Mojo Mutant

The late 60s in New York was trying for those of us in the thick of it all.  We often thought of ourselves as Mojo Mutants rising from the cities sewers. This powerful statement was on the cover of the … Read More

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