New York: Random House, 1967. First Edition. Quarto. The quintessential sixties Pop Art Book, complete with disjointed black and white images (some by Stephen Shore), pop-ups, fold-outs, disk, balloon, record, and other cultural detritus manufactured at Warhol's Factory. Castle pop-up is attached and functional; red accordion is attached (though silent); bi-plane pop-up is attached and functional; "The Chelsea Girls" paper wheel is attached; the 12-sided "sphere" on a string is still sealed between two pages, held closed by the three circular stickers, complete and unbroken; The Lou Reed Picture Disc Record is attached; the double image of the rainbow nose with pink overlay is complete and functional; the "Hunt's Tomato Paste" can pop-up is attached and functional; all eight rectangular tear-offs are present; the balloon is sticking two pages together, as usual, but is intact, with little deterioration evident. (Roth 188-189). All elements present, binding is sound and tight; close to fine in 3-D overlaid paper-covered illustrated boards; an exemplary copy.