Jamie Reid, Plattencover Sex Pistols-Single "God Save the Queen", 1977 - Postmodern - British Punk

Jamie Reid, Sex Pistols: God Save the Queen Poster, lithograph. Pretty Vacant: The Graphic Language of Punk at The Galleries at Moore College of Art & Design

Regular content. Another magazine page that can help influence my design. I wanted to include some small areas of colour, but I do enjoy the ripped paper effect and the aged appearance, the black isnt solid, its opacity has been lowered.

Fanzines: the purest explosion of British punk

london's outrage fanzine, this is one of my favourite fanzine front covers as I…

Vivienne Westwood (British, born 1941). Ensemble, 1977–79. Desinger: Malcolm McLaren (British, 1946–2010). Birtish. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Simon Doonan, 1986 (1986.244.1a–e) #punkfashion

Vivienne Westwood ensemble design by Malcolm McLaren. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Simon Doonan, 1986

Love this The Great British Vintage Glossary info-graphic from My Vintage. More here: http://www.myvintage.co.uk/thevintageglossary.html

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Anarchy hit the UK in the 1970s, with Vivienne Westwood and the Sex Pistols hand-delivering us punk. Ripped shirts and safety pins were worn with as much tartan that could be found. Look at Johnny Rotten in his tartan suit, creepers and shearling coat.

Anarchy hit the UK in the with Vivienne Westwood and the Sex Pistols hand-delivering us punk. Ripped shirts and safety pins were worn with as much tartan that could be found. Look at Johnny Rotten in his tartan suit, creepers and shearling coat.

1976 - Vivienne Westwood seditionaries outfit

1976 - Vivienne Westwood, no musician, but as designer surely part of the scene

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