-The publishers were charged twice with distributing an obscene publication. - Oz is most notorious for a run-in with the law in 1971 after the publication of the Oz 'School Kids Issue'. Twenty young people between ages 14 and 18 were selected to edit the School Kids issue (issue 28). They were given editorial freedom and the result was a mixture of articles and cartoon strips which communicated the teenage view on music, sexual freedom, hypocrisy, drug use, corporal punishment and…

-The publishers were charged twice with distributing an obscene publication. - Oz is most notorious for a run-in with the law in 1971 after the publication of the Oz 'School Kids Issue'. Twenty young people between ages 14 and 18 were selected to edit the School Kids issue (issue 28). They were given editorial freedom and the result was a mixture of articles and cartoon strips which communicated the teenage view on music, sexual freedom, hypocrisy, drug use, corporal punishment and…

Martin Sharp’s psychedelic tarot cards from 1967 |- - If you love Tarot, visit me at www.WhiteRabbitTarot.com

Martin Sharp’s psychedelic tarot cards from 1967 |- - If you love Tarot, visit me at www.WhiteRabbitTarot.com

Martin Sharp, Tarot Cards; OZ Magazine (No. 4), June, 1967. more here: http://magictransistor.tumblr.com/post/125053254616/martin-sharp-tarot-cards-oz-magazine-no-4

Martin Sharp, Tarot Cards; OZ Magazine (No. 4), June, 1967. more here: http://magictransistor.tumblr.com/post/125053254616/martin-sharp-tarot-cards-oz-magazine-no-4

Issue 28 of the Oz magazine (the School Kids Issue), famous for being the subject of a high-profile obscenity case in the United Kingdom in June 1971. The defendants, editors Richard Neville, Felix Dennis, and Jim Anderson were found guilty and sentenced to up to 15 months imprisonment.

Issue 28 of the Oz magazine (the School Kids Issue), famous for being the subject of a high-profile obscenity case in the United Kingdom in June 1971. The defendants, editors Richard Neville, Felix Dennis, and Jim Anderson were found guilty and sentenced to up to 15 months imprisonment.

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