Creem Mag Advertisement Guidebook

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"Creem Magazine operated between 1969 and 1989 covering rock music and alternative culture of the time. Creem had a widespread readership and gave exposure to the likes of Blondie, David Bowie, The Cure and The Smiths. Resident illustrator, Robert Crumb, designed the infamous Boy Howdy image on the cover of this pamphlet outlining Creem’s advertising rates. Barry Kramer started the publication in Detroit yet, as described on the first page, their demographic outreach spread nationally."—https://www.boo-hooray.com/images/upload/unobtainium-vol-1.pdf
Creem Mag Advertisement Guidebook