Album artwork for Stamp Album - Post-Punk by Dorothy Posters
Album artwork for Stamp Album - Post-Punk by Dorothy Posters
Album artwork for Stamp Album - Post-Punk by Dorothy Posters
Album artwork for Stamp Album - Post-Punk by Dorothy Posters
Album artwork for Stamp Album - Post-Punk by Dorothy Posters
Album artwork for Stamp Album - Post-Punk by Dorothy Posters
Album artwork for Stamp Album - Post-Punk by Dorothy Posters
Album artwork for Stamp Album - Post-Punk by Dorothy Posters

A new print celebrating our 40 year-long love affair with post-punk bands. We’ve reimagined 42 seminal post-punk albums as a series of oversized postage stamps beginning in 1977 with Television’s massively influential album Marquee Moon.

Other classic albums featured include Devo and their 1978 album Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!, Joy Division and Unknown Pleasures, Throbbing Gristle and 20 Jazz Funk Greats. The Teardrop Explodes and Kilimanjaro, Echo & The Bunnyman and Porcupine, Talking Heads and Remain in Light, Siouxsie and the Banshees and Juju, The Cure and Pornography, The Jesus and Mary Chain and Psychocandy and The Smiths and The Queen is Dead.

Each stamp features a graphic inspired by the album (or tracks on the album), the date of release, the label it was released on and its running time.

Dorothy Posters

Stamp Album - Post-Punk

Dorothy
Album artwork for Stamp Album - Post-Punk by Dorothy Posters
Posters / Prints

£35.00

4 colour litho print with silver foil on 120gsm KeayKolour China White uncoated paper. H80 x W60cm

Released 05/10/2018Catalogue Number

STAMPLPS01

Dorothy Posters

Stamp Album - Post-Punk

Dorothy
Album artwork for Stamp Album - Post-Punk by Dorothy Posters
Posters / Prints

£35.00

4 colour litho print with silver foil on 120gsm KeayKolour China White uncoated paper. H80 x W60cm

Released 05/10/2018Catalogue Number

STAMPLPS01

A new print celebrating our 40 year-long love affair with post-punk bands. We’ve reimagined 42 seminal post-punk albums as a series of oversized postage stamps beginning in 1977 with Television’s massively influential album Marquee Moon.

Other classic albums featured include Devo and their 1978 album Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!, Joy Division and Unknown Pleasures, Throbbing Gristle and 20 Jazz Funk Greats. The Teardrop Explodes and Kilimanjaro, Echo & The Bunnyman and Porcupine, Talking Heads and Remain in Light, Siouxsie and the Banshees and Juju, The Cure and Pornography, The Jesus and Mary Chain and Psychocandy and The Smiths and The Queen is Dead.

Each stamp features a graphic inspired by the album (or tracks on the album), the date of release, the label it was released on and its running time.