- 1 I’m Mark Young —
- 2 Here is a collection of caricatures of Punk Bands many grew up listening to in the late 70’s early 1980’s New Wave era in Great Britain and around the world.
I’m Mark Young —
Here is a collection of caricatures of Punk Bands many grew up listening to in the late 70’s early 1980’s New Wave era in Great Britain and around the world.
Sex Pistols Frontman
Apologies for the swastika, Sid Vicious apparently wore it, designed in pink in order to insult the Nazis. (designed by Vivienne Westwood) The Sex Pistols were anti-Nazi and Nazis hated Gays, hence the use of pink.
As I looked at the picture I painted of The Jam, I imagined them all as fishes in suits.
These were at their peak just as I discovered School Discos and needed something cool to dance to.
A caricature of The Who. Notice the chair with the words “Taken Away” It originally said “Not to be taken away”, but I used it to show how we lost the greatest rock drummer ever, Keith Moon.
I caught his final performance at the London Paladium. Such a great loss.
Meeting the Ghallagher brothers exiting a party at 4am on a frozen January evening, I remember Liam’s swagger and attitude.
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