No wave

Discover the groundbreaking No Wave movement that emerged in the late 1970s in New York City. Explore the unconventional music and avant-garde art that challenged the mainstream and pushed creative boundaries.
This “fashion calendar” featuring Lydia Lunch, queen of New York’s no wave movement of the late 1970s, was executed by Julia Gorton for a class at Parsons School of Design in 1978. This was the same year that the seminal No New York compilation was released, including key contributions from Teenage Jesus and the Jerks, of which Lunch was the frontperson. Gorton, who today is a professor at Parsons, also designed flyers for Teenage Jesus and the Jerks, such the following: This calenda... Collage Poster, Collage Art, Poster Art, Graphic Design Posters, Poster Design, Punk Poster, Fashion Calendar, Parsons School Of Design, I'm With The Band

This “fashion calendar” featuring Lydia Lunch, queen of New York’s no wave movement of the late 1970s, was executed by Julia Gorton for a class at Parsons School of Design in 1978. This was the same year that the seminal No New York compilation was released, including key contributions from Teenage Jesus and the Jerks, of which Lunch was the frontperson. Gorton, who today is a professor at Parsons, also designed flyers for Teenage Jesus and the Jerks, such the following: This calendar…

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Sierra Strawn
https://flic.kr/p/A6rhzB | Siouxsie Sioux | French postcard by Editions Humour à la Carte, Paris, no. ST-19.  Siouxsie Sioux (1957) is not related to the Sioux Native American tribe, but an influential English singer, songwriter, musician and producer. She is best known as the lead singer of the New Wave band Siouxsie and the Banshees (1976–1996) and the drum and voice duo The Creatures (1981–2005).   Siouxsie was born Susan Janet Ballion in Southwark, England, in 1957. At 17, she left schoo... 80s Goth, 80s Punk, Punk Goth, New Wave Music, The New Wave, Rock Roll, Electro Goth, Danielle Dax, Dark Wave

French postcard by Editions Humour à la Carte, Paris, no. ST-19. Siouxsie Sioux (1957) is not related to the Sioux Native American tribe, but an influential English singer, songwriter, musician and producer. She is best known as the lead singer of the New Wave band Siouxsie and the Banshees (1976–1996) and the drum and voice duo The Creatures (1981–2005). Siouxsie was born Susan Janet Ballion in Southwark, England, in 1957. At 17, she left school. She began frequenting the local gay discos…

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Gary Hutton