This is called summer days by peter blake it was made in 2007 following on from the pop art theme. peter blake make collages of popular things at the time to do with a certain subject. i think that the name goes well because of the bright background colours and image makes you think of summer although i dont think that the different pictures of people are much to do with summer.
“Memory Of A Meltdown Festival” Hard to imagine that it was exactly twelve years ago this very night that David Bowie closed the tenth Meltdown Festival (which he also curated), with an evening called The New Heathens at The Royal Festival Hall on London’s South Bank. Performing both 1977’s Low album and the new release Heathen, he hadn’t gigged at the venue for thirty years, when he played the Save The Whale benefit on July 8 1972. His guest that night was Lou Reed. For the 2002 show…
Stir Crazy - Skip and Harry are framed for a bank robbery and end up in a western prison. The two eastern boys are having difficulty adjusting to the new life until the warden finds that Skip has a natural talent for riding broncos with the inter-prison rodeo coming up.
Jamie Reid - No War No Glory - End of Story. I like how the text looks like each letter has been cut out of a news paper and are all different sizes. They are arranged randomly descending down the page in front of some scribbled and unreadable text. This design has a punk look and was aimed at the punk movement.
David Bowie will just come on for a little while, and everyone will be like "Was that David Bowie?" Then they'll look in the program and it'll be like YES. Also, I like the semi-formal wear for the servants, keeping a seventies vibe and sorts.