CULT ROCK POSTERS. PB, “Aurum“
From Glam through Punk to New Wave, this collection of over 200 rare rock...
|Дата на получаване||20.06.2007 г.|
|ID на книга||23213129|
From Glam through Punk to New Wave, this collection of over 200 rare rock posters from the 1970s celebrates a decade's music and design. David Bowie's mask and lipstick were the essence of glam, the spirit of punk was embodied by the rips in the Sex Pistols Union Jack, while the Clash posing in front of Camden Lock shouted urbanism and decay. The posters speak directly to the viewer, communicating the style and content of the music. Many are now iconic images: the haunted, sunken-eyed Lou Reed on the front of Transformer, the lightning-struck face of David Bowie on Aladdin Sane, the power and anger in London Calling's smashed guitar, Adam Ant's white stripe and piercing eyes in King of the Wild Frontiers, and John Lydon's psychotic stare for Pretty Vacant.