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'Retro, Cool, Loud, and In-Your-Face': The Aesthetic of Punk - The Atlantic

'Retro, Cool, Loud, and In-Your-Face': The Aesthetic of Punk

X-Ray Spex: silk screened concert poster for a benefit show, Sunday January 1978 via Pretty Vacant: The graphics language of Punk

fanzine - Buscar con Google

Oh Cardiff Up Yours, a new wave/punk/rock fanzine from .

Accidental Mysteries, 02.19.12: A Weekly Gallery of Images: Design Observer

Accidental Mysteries, 02.19.12: A Weekly Gallery of Images

This collection of underground music and culture events flyers come from the personal online collection of Chicago collector Marc Fischer.

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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:

The art of punk posters

The art of punk posters

From the Sex Pistols to the Clash, how poster design helped spread the rebellious reputation of punk

vague Arguably the best of the early eighties post punk scenes, Vague was a major work. It was thick, well bound and full of massive sprawling articles on pre fame Adam And The Ants, the proto Goth scene, squatting, anarchism, Apocolpyse Now and long road stories. It felt radical and dangerous and was a portal into punk becoming a lifestyle. Editor Tom Vague was bang in the middle of an emerging subculture that would soon be mislabeled Goth

Im liking this too. Seems like a great juxtaposition of everything we talked about yesterday. This style is definitely something to consider.

DJ KGB & DJ Loveless - punk rock and metal at the grand victory gig poster

25 inspiring gig posters