An astonishing collection of over 700 original scans of printed ephemera and memorabilia from the prime years of the punk and post-punk movements.
Since finding punk in the summer of 1976, Andrew Krivine has amassed one of the world's largest collections of punk graphic design and memorabilia. This book represents the cream of that collection--over 700 original scans of posters, flyers, covers, and ads from the prime years of the movement, which changed the world of graphic design forever.
Too Fast to Live tells of one man's obsession with creating an unparalleled collection of punk memorabilia. The unique mix of imagery and text makes this arguably the most essential and definitive work on the graphic design revolution within the punk and post-punk movements of America and the U.K. Hardcover; 352 pages.