An artist that has appeared on these pages before, but The Clash limited edition pop art print by David Studwell is a new work. Read more
He was responsible for the classic Guns Of Brixton bassline and now the Clash bassist has been immortalised in a new limited edition artwork – The Guns Of Brixton (Paul Simonon) limited edition print by Obey.
Obey is, of course, Shepard Fairey and this is unmistakably his artwork, based on an original Clash-era photo by Kate Simon. The print is sized at 18 x 24 inches, signed by both Shepard Fairey and Kate Simon and limited to 450.
Just one per household allowed to be bought, you can secure one online for just $75.
Find out more at the Obey website
Via Switched On Art
Adrian Boot is one of the UK’s best-known music photographers, having been a staff photographer at the Melody Maker and working with artists including Bob Marley and the Sex Pistols. From the 9th December, Proud Camden offers the opportunity to see his work with another of punk’s big names, with the exhibition London Calling: the Clash by Adrian Boot.
As we have come to expect with exhibitions at Proud, the collection includes some previously unseen images an shows a softer side of the band, as they relax and rehearse at their studio in the Gin House, Stables Market in Camden.
The exhibition runs from 9th December to 23rd January at Proud Camden. Visit the Proud website for full details of opening times.
Even a quick brew can be rebellious if it comes in one of these punk-inspired tea mugs at Make International.
Choose from phrases inspired by the Sex Pistols (one above, one over the page) and The Clash, or if your vintage is later, Nirvana with Smells Like Tea Spirit.
All are described as 'bucket' mugs, which presumably means plenty of room for your tea and if anyone is in any doubt about your punk credentials, there's even a safety pin thrown in for good measure. Grab one now for £12.