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The Cramps | 35 Old Punk Flyers That Prove Punk Used To Be So Cool

35 Old Punk Flyers That Prove Punk Used To Be So Cool

Siouxsie Sioux. Oh I love your makeup.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

"The Ice Queen of Punk" Siouxsie Sioux born Susan Janet Ballion in London in 1957 is who is best known as lead singer "Siouxsie and the Banshees" and "The Creatures". Early in Sioux's career she recited poems and prayers to improvised music.

The art of punk posters

The art of punk posters

80's goth catalog - look at the prices! Had loads of clothes by phaze. They were small fittings though

goth catalog - look at the prices! Had loads of clothes by phaze. They were small fittings though

Siouxsie Sioux by Steve Severin taken on September 20, 1976; the day of the 100 Club Punk Festival.

bats-from-the-belltower: “ punkpistol-seditionaries: “ . SIOUXSIE by Steve Severin . ” Siouxsie on 20 September the day of Club Punk Festival.

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vague Arguably the best of the early eighties post punk scenes, Vague was a major work. It was thick, well bound and full of massive sprawling articles on pre fame Adam And The Ants, the proto Goth scene, squatting, anarchism, Apocolpyse Now and long road stories. It felt radical and dangerous and was a portal into punk becoming a lifestyle. Editor Tom Vague was bang in the middle of an emerging subculture that would soon be mislabeled Goth

Im liking this too. Seems like a great juxtaposition of everything we talked about yesterday. This style is definitely something to consider.

Alternative T.V, How Much Longer / You Bastard Single Poster, 1977     A silk-screened poster for Alternative TV’s second single released on the Deptford Fun City label. Mark Perry of ATV was also the editor of Sniffin’ Glue, the most famous punk fanzine, which had given away the group’s first single, 'Low Lies Limp', as a flexi-disc. This relatively sophisticated poster is a riff on the single cover, which had the group playing on the television

The art of punk posters

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