JAMIE REID  "Learn from the past, Live in the present, Look to the future (Black)"   | PAUL STOLPER | CONTEMPORARY ART GALLERY | LONDON

Available for sale from Paul Stolper Gallery, Jamie Reid, Learn from the past, Live in the present, Look to the future (Black) Inkjet base print o…

Sex Pistols Poster - Jamie Reid

a Sex Pistols Poster by Jamie Reid this an over artwork the defaces the queen face it was illegal to do this at one point.so this shows rebellion that Jamie read shows in many of his work.

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A – Z Magazine Clippings

Here is an experiment piece I created, influenced by Martha Marshall's 'Alphabet Soup', created using magazine clippings. It reminds me very much of the work of Jamie Reid, with his cut and paste visuals:

Art Director Jamie Reid.

Art Director Jamie Reid / sex pistols / punk graphic design, activist then and now

Jamie Reid at Subliminal Projects. photo by: lindsey kohon

Jamie Reid "Ragged Kingdom" New Los Angeles Show Opening Coverage

Designed by Jamie Reid for the Sex Pistols single "God Save The Queen", released in July 1977, and ultimately the "Never Mind the Bollocks" LP, the cut-out lettering meshed perfectly with the torn T-shirts and safety pins dreamt up by Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood as a visual hook for punk rock.

Sex Pistols God Save The Queen released in July 1977 perfectly LP by Malcolm McLaren with Vivienne Westwood as a visual hook for punk rock

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