A multi-dynamic zine and poster series that explores some of the youth subcultures in the UK during the '80s & '90s. This series touches on how social, economic, and political impacts of everyday life informed the decisions of how the youth of Britain chose to dress. The zines delve into the fashion styles that dominated these subcultures, looking at where influence was taken from, the cultural connotations that some of the styles represented as well as what type of people were adopting these styles and why.
The series of 3 looks specifically at the mod & skinhead revivalists, casuals, and jungle and garage heads. Each of these were pioneers of their time respectively, and all still continue to influence fashion culture and trends in today's society. The backside of each of these zines all fit together creating a timeline and overview of other subcultures which existed in-between and around the same time as the other 3.
Each zine is digitally printed with GF Smith colour plan 120gsm and cased within a handmade screen-printed pocket.