Post-punk stamp collecting - it's a rather impressive thing!
This bright, eye catching print is by UK designers Dorothy and takes a fresh approach to reinterpreting classic album covers from the post-punk era in fine graphic style. Starting with Television in 1977, each band is referenced through the album they produced and the year it was made using strong graphic colours. If your youth was spent finding meaning to life through Joy Division, Siouxie and the Banshees or The Cure, then this is the perfect way to bring some music nostalgia into a contemporary home. And a great way to revisit your musical past and passions without having to pull out the crimpers and red lipstick again.
The print is a four colour litho with silver foil and measures 60 cm x 80 cm. It comes rolled in a tube.
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