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Das Capital

Das Capital

Letters cut from newspapers messily pasted across the eyes and mouth of a grainy image of the Queen: the record sleeve of the Sex Pistols’ single “God Save the Queen” is the quintessential emblem of the anarchic Punk movement that emerged in 1976. Designed by Jamie Reid, it prompted an eruption of DIY, collage-style graphics that appeared on everything from T-shirts and zines to banners of protest – a visual code for Punk that positioned itself as the antithesis to “saint Helvetica” and the…

Letters cut from newspapers messily pasted across the eyes and mouth of a grainy image of the Queen: the record sleeve of the Sex Pistols’ single “God Save the Queen” is the quintessential emblem of the anarchic Punk movement that emerged in 1976. Designed by Jamie Reid, it prompted an eruption of DIY, collage-style graphics that appeared on everything from T-shirts and zines to banners of protest – a visual code for Punk that positioned itself as the antithesis to “saint Helvetica” and the…

Figure 8, Pop Music

Figure 8, Pop Music

Tampas De Música,Tampas De Lp,Músicos,Vinis,Pessoas,Filme,Soundtrack,Ontem,Discos

Momus - Stars Forever

Momus - Stars Forever

Hairstyle of the devil

Hairstyle of the devil

Dorohedoro

Dorohedoro

The Clash - London Calling

The Clash - London Calling

Paddy McAloon from Prefab Sprout youtubemusicsucks.com #prefabsprout

Paddy McAloon from Prefab Sprout youtubemusicsucks.com #prefabsprout

The Jam - In the City

The Jam - In the City

ATREEBUTES

ATREEBUTES

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