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Designer Mike Joyce, of Stereotype Design in New York City, has started the Swissted project . It’s a collection of re-imagined posters he’s designed for punk concerts that actually happened, from the 70s, 80s, and 90s, except in Swiss modern style.

blondie at cbgb, 1975

Collection of designs that combine Swiss modern design with real punk rock concert posters created by Mike Joyce

Collection of designs that combine Swiss modern design with real punk rock concert posters created by Mike Joyce

television at cbgb's, 1975

Music Posters that Explore Swiss Modernism & Punk Rock. This looks a lot like the Q from the LoftHQ logo.

misfits at irving plaza, 1982

the cure at cleveland music hall, 1985

bad brains / minor threat at 9:30 club, 1982

no doubt at fender's ballroom, 1987

Cramps NYC

Vintage, Signed Joan Jett Punk Club Poster - 1981

Foo Fighters Poster

Clavicytheria, or upright harpsichords, were made as early as the 15th century, but tall examples such as this date from the late Baroque era. Having 2 sets of doors that conceal the strings, the case appears ungainly when open, but when closed it has a graceful outline embellished by gilded "wings" and stops control 2 sets of strings. The mechanism has been altered and the painted soundboard is a replacement; originally the instrument may have been an upright piano.

Blondie

The Velvet Underground

Jim Morrison

Lyraflugel ~ This type of upright piano was made almost exclusively in Berlin between 1820 and 1850. The Lyraflügel was a fashionable fixture of middle-class Biedermeier parlors in northern German lands. In the period of the Napoleonic occupation (1806–13), the lyre had become a symbol of freedom and liberation. It was popularized in songs based on the collection of patriotic poems, With Lyre and Sword, by the poet Theodor Körner (1791–1813).

Nina Simone in her dressing room. S)