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Penny Rimbaud

Penny Rimbaud is an English artist known for his diverse talents and activism. Born on June 8, 1943, he has made significant contributions as a writer, poet, philosopher, painter, musician, and activist. He was a member of the performance art groups EXIT and Ceres Confusion before co-founding the Stonehenge Free Festival in 1972 alongside Phil Russell (Wally Hope). In 1977, Rimbaud co-founded the influential anarchist punk band *Crass* with Steve Ignorant. Their music challenged societal norms and they disbanded in 1984.

Rimbaud's work resonates with fans of various genres due to its thought-provoking nature. His artistic endeavors have influenced numerous artists including *Peter Vukmirovic Stevens*, *Poison Girls*, *Youth*, *Dirt*, *Flux of Pink Indians*, and many more. With his wide range of talents and dedication to activism, Penny Rimbaud continues to inspire generations of artists and activists alike.

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