Stab stitched binding, xerographic text, designs, and illustration of a figural silhouette printed on wove paper covers; 14 pp.

Piss Bucket, issue #1, Fall 1992

Taking its name from the sole bathroom amenity of most squats, Piss Bucket is an anonymously authored zine that published international squatter news, DIY home and building renovation guides, eviction defense tactics, classifieds, and columns about tenants’ and squatters’ rights. The zine was a forum of communication for the squatter movement and aimed to strengthen bonds within and between squats by enabling them to share their trades and ideas, and cultivate a politics of community, resistance, self-sustainability, and reliance.

Details
Title
Piss Bucket, issue #1
Role
Maker
Accession Number
2018.86.737
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Stab stitched binding, xerographic text, designs, and illustration of a figural silhouette printed on wove paper covers; 14 pp.
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