Caligo

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'''Caligo''' was a underground [[punk]] [[zine]] from Berlin, East Germany.  
'''Caligo''' was a underground [[punk]] [[zine]] from Berlin, East Germany.  
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Three issues of this experimental self printed publication were produced between 1985 and 1987 by Henryk Gericke (text) and the artist Ronald Lippok.  
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Three issues of this experimental self printed publication were produced between 1985 and 1987 by ''Henryk Gericke'' (text) and the artist ''Ronald Lippok''.
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The first issue of ''Caligo'' consisted of 24 pages, plus cover, with a printrun of just about 30 copies.
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The first issue of ''Caligo'' consisted of 24 pages, plus cover, with a printrun of just about 30 copies. Later Gericke describet it as very ruff and therefore it was the most charming one. German writer ''Bert Papenfuß'' called it a "surrealistic [[fanzine]]".
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All three publications were secretly produced while Gericke was working at "Progress Filmverleih" (film distribution) as a printer. Due to governmental circumstances the production was illegal.
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In 1988 Henryk Gericke released the zine [[Braegen]].
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The zine [[Braegen]], released in 1988, was the follow-up project by Henryk Gericke.
==External Links==
==External Links==

Revision as of 17:26, 23 May 2013


Caligo was a underground punk zine from Berlin, East Germany.

Three issues of this experimental self printed publication were produced between 1985 and 1987 by Henryk Gericke (text) and the artist Ronald Lippok. The first issue of Caligo consisted of 24 pages, plus cover, with a printrun of just about 30 copies. Later Gericke describet it as very ruff and therefore it was the most charming one. German writer Bert Papenfuß called it a "surrealistic fanzine".

All three publications were secretly produced while Gericke was working at "Progress Filmverleih" (film distribution) as a printer. Due to governmental circumstances the production was illegal.

The zine Braegen, released in 1988, was the follow-up project by Henryk Gericke.

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