Take a look on how typography looked like on ten stunning D.I.Y. punk flyers from the 80's.
Whether you are on the hard side of the music roads or a supporter of the open-minded typo side, you will definitely love these ten examples of d.i.y typography on punk flyers. Designed around 80's where all the wild things were growing and when people were using more often their handmade skillful techniques, these pieces were something between art and design and not to mention history. The amazing thing with the underground music scene nowadays is that one can still find compositions with letterings full of energy, love, sweat and tears, like it happens also with the psychedelic american scene, which both have it roots back in the 60s until late 80s. Although the visual impact then was referring to something more underground, it has become the rule, and now these techniques are most common than ever before, representing styles of bands that are top on charts.