Hand set and printed by Toni Savage in a limited edition of 150 copies. 30 copies on cornflower blue Sheepstor hand-made paper. 120 copies on white Sheepstor hand-paper. Sheepstor hand-made paper approximately 10 by 8 inches (25 by 20 cm). 'Sheep' and holograph watermark of Spike Milligan's made by Tim Powell on Dartmoor circa 1975. Published by New Broom Press. Hand sewn. Out of Print New Broom Press was the brainchild of Toni Savage, a former opera singer, folk-club enthusiast and friend of Spike Milligan. With his own hand press, Toni Savage was at the heart of a revival of broadsheet printing in Leicester in the early 1960s. Toni Savage published hand printed broadsheets, pamphlets and handmade books. Toni Savage's publications were hand set and printed by hand on a small flat bed press, which he described as "One step up from John Bull'. Terence Alan Milligan KBE better known as Spike Milligan, was a comedian, writer, musician, poet, playwright, soldier and actor of Irish parentage and dual Irish and British nationality. Topographical artist, Rigby Graham, attended Leicester College of Art following which he taught at local schools before returning to lecture at the College before retiring in 1983. He is considered as one of the most important landscape painters of the late 20th Century.
Used availability for Spike Milligan's Chill Air
March 1981 : UK Hardback