"Today's child is growing up absurd, because he lives in two worlds, and neither of them inclines him to grow up"
How to review this one? I'm not really sure. It is perhaps best summarised as a kind of visual poetry accompanied by some interesting commentary. First published in 1967 and revised in 1996, this one has some "bottle age" and yet some of the concepts are still relevant today. The visuals are impressive and it makes for an intriguing time capsule.
4 out of 5 images a go go.