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Punk Is Dead, Punk Is Everything!
Bryan Ray Turcotte, Doug Woods, John Susoeff:
Punk Is Dead, Punk Is Everything!
More from the Martyred Music Movement
Punk Flyers, Posters, Set Lists, Fan Letters, Photos, Zines
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Punk is Dead exposes the lasting impact of Punk on visual culture worldwide. Hundreds of flyers, photos, set lists, vintage fashions and other ephemera from all of your favorite bands are jammed into this menacing volume.
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Punk is Dead is massive, featuring a wide spectrum of bands that initially catalyzed the scene, and later fueled its global expansion. Contributing writers such as Wayne Kramer, Arturo Vega, Kid Congo, David Yow, Annie Anxiety, Duane Peters, Marc McCoy, Tony Alva, Don Bolles, Trudie and Pat Smear, flesh out the visual assault.

This long awaited follow-up to the highly influential bestselling book Fucked Up + Photocopied – Instant Art of the Punk Rock Movement also features hard hitting interviews with Ian Mackaye, one of the most respected voices of the DIY music underground, and Malcolm McLaren, likely the most impactful promoter of the early punk movement. From the unknown to the infamous, they will likely be found within the pages of Punk is Dead, Punk is Everything!

288 pages, Hardcover, bound in pressboard
9 1/4'' x 11 3/4'' (235 x 300 mm)
1,500 color and b/w illustrations, English
ISBN: 978-1-58423-108-0 $ 39.95
About the Author:
Brian Ray Turcotte
Bryan Ray Turcotte
This San Francisco transplant to Los Angel­es, spent his twenty’s on the road with his band while managing to hold down his job at the legendary punk record label Slash.

Turcotte started Kill Your Idols in 1999 and released winner of the 2000 Firecracker Award for a music book, Fucked Up + Pho­to­copied: Instant Art of the Punk Move­ment soon thereafter. He followed up with Post No Bills: Shepard Fairey, Metro and Punk Is Dead: Punk Is Everything along with Gingko Press. He co-owns Teenage Teardrops, Hope and Beta Petrol (an Indy Record Label specializing in vinyl only releases, a small art gallery in Echo Park and a music supervision and production company in that order).

He has exhibited all around the world with his own brand of chaotic punk designs mixed with vintage posters, photos, set lists and fanzines and has produced events and installations for iconic brands such as Converse, Levi’s, Hysteric Glamour, Dita, Bounty Hunter and Ray Bans.

He lives in Los Angeles, is married to Dayna Michelle Turcotte and has two sons, Ford Bauer and Ralston Koop Turcotte.

See also:

Fucked Up + Photocopied Instant Art of the Punk Rock Movement
Fucked Up + Photocopied – Instant Art of the Punk Rock Movement
Raw, brazen and totally intense, Fucked Up + Photocopied is a col­lec­tion of fren­et­ic flyers produced for the Amer­ic­an punk scene between 1977 and 1985. Images were compiled out of whatever material could be found, often pho­to­copied and, still warm, stapled to the nearest telephone pole to warn the world about next week’s gig. more...
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ISBN-13: 9781584231080 | ISBN-10: 1-58423-108-4 / 1584231084