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ArtFanzines

They are so many different ways to express ones self and not everyone is tied to only one way of doing it. Also their people in the universe that are creative because it comes deep from with in them and every second they exist on this planet they are thinking

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ArtFanzinesPhotography

FER YOUZ was a Los Angeles punk rock one sheet/fanzine from the 80’s that was given out for free at shows. Nikki & Brian Tucker were the humans behind the lens and these two people captured the 80’s SoCal scene like no one else. What made their photos so special

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80s HardcoreArtFanzinesMusic

As a youth, my homies and I were running wild in the streets of Hollywood and beyond. Some nights there were fights – Suicidal Boys vs. L.A.D.S – or our clothes were covered in puke because we could not hold our liquor. We would leave shows most nights with the

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80s HardcoreArtFanzinesMusicPost-Punk

I knew when I picked up the first issue of MAXIMUM ROCKNROLL I was going to love it just by looking at the kind of paper it was printed on. Then there was the layout, which was chaotic but made total sense to my young mind. Being from Southern California,

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ArtDocumentariesFanzinesFilmIllustrationMusic

Art & Punk have had a relationship since the beginning of the punk movement. These two things have had a very deep bond that is often overlooked. One of my favorite blogs to read & look at is Art 4 Punks! It focuses on how important the graphic designer can

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ArtFanzinesIllustration

If I had to choose my top three illustrators in the world, PUSHEAD would one of them. During the 80’s, when he drew flyers for gigs you knew the show was going to be all that just because of his pen skills. I remember his twisted images all over me

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