The Punk Revolution in 125 Gigs & T-Shirts
The punk revolution wasn’t just about the music; it also shaped fashion, especially street style and the ripped T-shirts emblazoned with provocative slogans and defiant imagery sported by the genre’s legions of voluble, pogo-ing, fans. Punk Tees tells the story of this youthful revolt through the people who lived it and the clothing they wore. The book charts the evolution of punk, T-shirt by T-shirt, band by band and gig by gig, from the genre’s roots in the 1960s through its zenith in the mid-1970s/early 1980s to its legacy today.
Hardback, with special cover finish
h 229 x 229 mm
w 9 x h 9 inches
US and Canada