Fiks is a magazine built in a unique, interactive style that integrates simple puzzles/activities with the fresh content that it drives. This makes for a more impactful delivery of information. It’s a nifty little publication, and that is where we find the name “fiks,” which is danish for “nifty.”

Fiks is a magazine built in a unique, interactive style that integrates simple puzzles/activities with the fresh content that it drives. This makes for a more impactful delivery of information. It’s a nifty little publication, and that is where we find

zine/art book

Elastic band I am the place where I am Tasks: Photography, concept development, art direction and retouching. Designed and made in collaboration with Maria de Gibert.

This images shows the pages of this fanzine. I like this one and how the pages are different sizes, this is because it makes it more fun to look at and to read, same with the page colours being different aswell, it gives the reader something new to look at.

Magazine layout design created by Rita Matos. A compiling of abstract imagery supported by hand-generated overlapping typography and unique paper inserts.The colour palette is consistent throughout the design.

ATLAS, studio for graphic design, Zurich/Switzerland

Playlist Magazine / Herman Düne / designed by Jonas Wandeler, Atlas Studio…

The Cramps | 35 Old Punk Flyers That Prove Punk Used To Be So Cool

The Cramps, 1986 Australian Tour.

Sex Pistols. 1977 was the height of punk. the punk look was all about spiked hair, mohawks, tartan trousers, leather jackets, chains, dog-collars, black nail polish etc

The art of punk posters

Sex Pistols, Anarchy in the U. tour publication, Featuring London punk icon, Soo Catwoman, this magazine was designed by Jamie Reid for sale on the Sex Pistols’ 1976 Anarchy tour.

Punk Zine: The Art/History Issue

Referencia - Universo gráfico Punk Zine: The Art/History Issue

Pink and Punk / karen cox. Punk: SEX, Seditionaries and The Sex Pistols, 26 May - 7 August 2005

Punk Don’t Buy A Leather Jacket – Small (1979). jamie reid.

“ Poster by Jamie Reid, questioning the marketing of a “punk uniform”. Reid, J. Don’t Buy a Leather Jacket.

Minimal poster, hand written font. Subjects and grid take over bottom space. Lines traveling through subjects

Some of Our Favorite Punk Book Covers

A Cultural Dictionary of Punk, 1974 - by Nicholas Rombes

Great design the way this art is put together it feels hand made. I like how it has safety pins and pieced together strips of text.

30 Typography Posters That You've Probably Never Seen Before

Example for SW report - typographic collage

TV Glasses Vintage Future - Retro Futurism - Vintage Sci Fi

TV Glasses Hugo Gernsback demonstrating his television goggles in 1963 for Life magazine

The cover of the 1st Issue of Riot Grrrl zine (1991) // photocopy/mimeograph, power of just black and white

the first ever riot grrrl zine, 1991

Credit: Punk: An Aesthetic, edited by Johan Kugelberg and Jon Savage, Rizzoli 2012 Berkeley Situationist poster by WM Weege, circa 1967

Punk graphics at London's Hayward Gallery – in pictures

"In every government on earth there is some trace of human weakness, some germ of corruption and degeneracy. William Weege The Print Mint 1967 The ipi House Archives

before he discovered GHD's

Paul Weller, the Jam

God Save The Queen - Swastika Eyes (1977), Newsprint collage with ink on paper, 420mm x 297mm, Jamie Reid (Private collection Houston, TX)

God Save The Queen - Swastika Eyes Jamie Reid Jamie is famous for his covers he done for the Sex Pistols.

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