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God Save Us All Jamie Reid printers proof set

God Save Us All Jamie Reid printers proof set

Jamie Reid, a Modena l'arte sotto il segno del punk

Jamie Reid, a Modena l'arte sotto il segno del punk

Jamie Reid, Nowhere Buses (Suburban Press), lithographic print, mm Jamie Reid courtesy Isis Gallery, UK

In contrast to the God Save the Queen piece, this piece has took a figure many people don't respect and added the same 'ransom note' type of text. I like how controversial this piece is and the clear divide between the American flag (and what it stands for) and the Swastikas in Trump's eyes- showing how in Reid's opinion he is anti-American.

God Save the USA: Jamie Reid creates two Trump-based artworks for Toby Mott’s NYC counterculture fair

Jamie Reid • jamiereid.org • No Clause 28

Jamie Reid • jamiereid.org • No Clause 28

Jamie Reid Unique Printers Proof. Detail.

Pistols, Printers, Pop Art, Punk, Street Art, Great Britain, Charts, Art Pop, Guns

Jamie Reid (born 1947) is an English artist and anarchist with connections to the Situationists. His work, featuring letters cut from newspaper headlines in the style of a ransom note, came close to defining the image of punk rock, particularly in the UK.

Jamie Reid (born is an English artist and anarchist with connections to the Situationists. His work, featuring letters cut from newspaper headlines in the style of a ransom note, came close to defining the image of punk rock, particularly in the UK.

God Save Our Forests by Jamie Reid £450.00 Silkscreen Signed Limited Edition of 60 42cm x 63.5cm - See more at: http://www.lawrencealkingallery.com/artists/jamie-reid/work/god-save-our-forests#sthash.mRhY4amn.dpuf

God Save Our Forests, Signed Limited Edition of 60 (Silkscreen). View and buy original and limited edition artwork by Jamie Reid on the Lawrence Alkin Gallery website.

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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:

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.

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