Punk exploded onto the scene more than 40 years ago, changing the landscape of music and influencing other media. In this exhibit, the Museum of Arts and Design explores the history of graphic design and how the punk and post-punk movements helped reshape the art form. More than 400 graphics, album covers, flyers and zines—including handbills from CBGB and concert posters for Blondie and The Ramones—are on display to illustrate the story.
Jun 16 — Aug 18
Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die Punk Graphics, 1976-7986, Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, MI