Think punk, a few things may spring to mind: mohicans, the Sex Pistols, sad looking teenagers hanging around Camden market.
Graphic design may not be one of them. But as a new book and upcoming exhibition at the Haywood Gallery show, the movement affected illustration, art and print just as much as sales of tartan trousers.
One of the revolutionary graphics on show
- Johan Kugelberg, co-author of Punk: An Aesthetic blogs on Pussy Riot and the Legacy of Punk
This overview of graphic design looks at how imagery during the 70s and 80s changed as a result of the punk movement.
And, fittingly, much of it celebrates the DIY aspect of art, with many homemade cassettes, posters and zines showing the rebellious side of design.
Check out our gallery - do you think this is graphic design unhinged?
SOMEDAY ALL THE ADULTS WILL DIE! Punk Graphics 1971-1984 is at The Haywood Gallery from 14 September 2012, 10:00am - 4 November 2012, 18:00pm
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