Credit: PR Sex Pistols, Never Mind The Bollocks Here’s The Sex Pistols Album Poster, 1977 A riff on the notorious album cover, this promotional poster features the same acid-bright colours and ransom-note text. Jamie Reid’s artwork for the Sex Pistols was integral to their image and caused almost as much controversy. John Mortimer QC helped successfully fight an indecency ban on the album and the poster

The art of punk posters

Credit: PR Sex Pistols, Never Mind The Bollocks Here’s The Sex Pistols Album Poster, 1977 A riff on the notorious album cover, this promotional poster features the same acid-bright colours and ransom-note text. Jamie Reid’s artwork for the Sex Pistols w

mageca:  bernatfortet: Collages and David Carson’s like use of typography by Matías Chilo [AKA - vanth -]

mageca: bernatfortet: Collages and David Carson’s like use of typography by Matías Chilo [AKA - vanth -]

David Carson

25 Awesome Illustrations

David Carson - stencilled image could work really well. Possibly use a risograph and then scan in the risograph print. The contrast of the colours and the weird image really catches your attention.

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.

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.

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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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