Little Sparta: Wild Hawthorn Press, 1989
12 x 24cm, unprinted white envelope with sticker closure content of eight different adhesive stickers – sizes vary due to poor cutting post printing but all are c. 14 x 11.5cm, printed red and black. The stickers are all inspired by sayings or events of the French revolution around the year 1793. These were distributed as campaign materials for use by supporters of Finlay during his disputes with Strathclyde regional Council over the rating of Finlay’s Garden Temple (which they claimed was an art gallery whereas Finlay stated it was a religious building”. All unused, The sealed envelope has been opened using scissors and not too neatly. Not found in Murray.

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