To celebrate the fact that One Little Indian are now distributing the Crass Catalogue on behalf of Crass Records, they handed out free Crass Stencils. Here are just a few photos of the results. What did you do with your stencil?
Rebellion 2018 – photographs by Simon Balaam
Simon is a published freelance concert photographer. His new book ‘Punks Not Dead’ is now available via his website https://www.simontakes.photos/
Rebellion 2018 – photographs by Dick Slaughter
A lovely bloke and great pictures.
Rebellion 2018 – Thank You
Rebellion is one of my favourite all ages indoor festival with 7 stages (including the Rebellion Introducing Stage), over 350 bands, art exhibition and tatooist it caters for everyone. But what makes this festival truly special is the Rebellion team/family that runs it and the people that come.
For me it’s the perfect place to meet up with friends from all over the world, listen to good music and make some new friends.
BRDCST 2018 – photos by Simon Balaam
Simon is a south-east UK based photographer who has in the last two years photographed many shows and festivals from many different genres. Apart form being a great photographer he is also a really kind guy.
Click on the link for shots of the show https://www.simontakes.photos/home/2018/4/12/steve-ignorants-slice-of-life-live-in-brussels
Simon has published a book of his work that was exhibited in London. https://www.simontakes.photos/home/2018/4/18/punks-not-dead
BRDCST 2018 – photos by Bénédicte Dacquin
is a photographer (working in black and white film) specialized in concert photos and artists portraits. She is particularly interested in protest and the popular voice in art.
Here are the links to get an idea of her work: