[New York: The Offices of Fend Fitzgibbon, Holzer, Nadin, Prince and Winters, 1980]. First Edition. Quarto, side-stapled, 18 pages. "Consultation 1$" stamped in blue to the front cover. Consultations for improving 112 Greene street, with each artist providing suggestions. Richard Prince has two contributions, including a single page which reads almost literally: "Comfortable booths with leather padded seats and high-back chairs will be installed to afford the convenience... It should re-enforce its advantage of being meaningless and consider itself a soup bone within striking distance". This short-lived collaborative, whether it was really an art advisory service, an advice corporation, a conceptual art platform, or something else entirely, did produce several publications which are rare to the point of almost nonexistence. A "stopper" for Richard Prince collectors; one of the greatest pieces of art ephemera of the era. Light wear, else close to near fine in side-stapled printed wrappers.