From reggae to hip hop to acid house. Inclusions from illustrious British names such as Normski, Paul Hartnett and David Swindells affirm the sincerity of these snapshots, taken from within the musical subcultures they depict.
There’s also a strong graphical theme interspersed throughout, works of street art and imagery immortalised by the camera, now ready for you to keep.
Photographic Youth Music Culture Archive company (PYMCA). The UK-based independent is the world’s premier archive in its domain. An authority when it comes to the visual documentation of youth and subcultures, street fashions, movements and lifestyles.
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All visuals were produced by the ultra-talented Monorex collective, an up-and-coming team of multi-disciplinary artists based in London.
The design grew out of a love for the metropolis, street art, the city’s ongoing cycle of creation and decay, the intriguing fusion of real-life and make-believe, the cosiness of nostalgia. All bound by a nagging idyllic vision of sunbleached Latin America.
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