A series of drawings and paintings from an early figure in the underground comix scene, Gary Arlington. Contains works of art made during the early 1970s as well as recent creations. Ninety pages jam packed with eye-popping art and photos of Gary. Contains snippets of pages from his unpublished diaries.
“Gary made a cultural contribution in San Francisco in the late '60s through the '70s, '80s and '90s that was more significant than he himself realizes, I'm sure.” - Robert Crumb
“It seems that Gary Arlington was the best artist of us all.” - Paul Mavrides
Gary Arlington is currently 72 and has spent his entire life in the San Francisco Bay Area. He opened the first comic book shop in America in San Francisco in the 1960s. His shop became a meeting place for young artists and helped inspire and launch the careers of many famous figures in underground comix.