These are true to the times music-scene and politically-inspired street-art posters from back in the late 70’s and early 80’s. Some of them are part of the American poster art heritage and in museum collections through out the world. This particular collection comes directly from the days of the punk revolution as it hit the shores of California and especially the San Francisco Bay area. From the the time of the “Xerox-machine” and “God Save the Queen” from the sex pistols. A unique blend of culture and technology that was converging into it's own look and art form. Most of the posters here are straight from the streets of San Francisco, Los Angeles and even NYC. Many of them are now in the permanent collections at the Smithsonian and the museum of modern art in France.