The Wandervogel were a German youth reform movement that began in the latter part of the 19th century. They were at once anti-authoritarian and anti-modern. After WW1 the group saw a political division between group members ultimately resulting in a clash between fascists and anti-fascists. Many of their Teutonic symbols and dress were later incorporated into the Hitler Youth which tainted their legacy forever. They predate the Hippie counter culture of the 1960s by decades and are increasingly seen as an early example of post industrial rebellion. Hand bound and printed by me at Calarts. BFA3 Spring 2017.