RAD!: Punk Magazine, Issue One from 1976....I used to have a couple issues of this mag lying around but they've disappeared over time.

John Holmstrom, cover of Punk magazine, issue January “John Holmstrom, cover of Punk magazine, issue January

John Holmstrom (cover), The Legend of Nick Detroit, Punk Magazine, Issue 6, October 1976

John Holmstrom (cover), The Legend of Nick Detroit, Punk Magazine, Issue October 1976

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…

Anya Phillips and Debbie Harry, panel from Punk Magazine’s ‘The Legend of Nick Detroit’, 1976

Anya Phillips & Debbie Harry, panel from Punk Magazine’s "The Legend of Nick Detroit,"

PUNK magazine    Established by John Holmstrom, Legs McNeil & Ged Dunn Jnr, Punk Magazine documented the New York punk scene of 1975/76, and soon became the last word on the downtown scene, Punk issue 2 feat Patti Smith, ’76.

the art of the punk zine

PUNK magazine Established by John Holmstrom, Legs McNeil Ged Dunn Jnr, Punk Magazine documented the New York punk scene of and soon became the last word on the downtown scene, Punk issue 2 feat Patti Smith,

Richard Hell and Debbie Harry, panel from The Legend of Nick...

Richard Hell, Judy La Pilusa and Debbie Harry in The Legend of Nick Detroit photo-comic, Punk Magazine, October 1976

Debbie Harry and Chris Stein 1977  with the surfboard from Punk Magazine's Mutant Monster Beach Party

Картинки по запросу punk the best of punk magazine

"The Legend of Nick Detroit," Punk Magazine. (Issue 6, Oct 76)

David Jo Hansen & Cyrinda Fox in the Legend of Nick Detroit, Punk Magazine, issue Oct 1976

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Joey Ramone on the cover of the April, 1976 issue of Punk Magazine - ilustration by John Holmstrom

April 1976 issue of Punk. The cover image of Joey, by Punk cofounder John Holmstrom, was inspired by the work of comic book artist Will Holmstrom would go on to do album art for Rocket to Russia and Road to

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