A piece by Philip Sallon

Well here’s my thoughts on the subject. Philip, 1976 I think it’s great that people, including you, make a stand against things that are wrong in the world. And incorporating the aggressive dynamism inherent in punk attitudes is possibly one of the many ways of achieving this. Yes, apart from initially commendably embracing abnormality and […]

Private eye letter continued

Last week Joe Corré was featured in Private eye. This week, they published Joe’s letter but missed an integral part “Very sloppy journalism from a publication pretending to hold the media to account”.  

EXTINCTION Part 2

The second instalment of our Extinction campaign, Splunk the Punk Credit card!

Joe Corré on BBC Radio 4

Joe Corré on BBC Radio 4 Front Row 29th August 2016 – Listen to Joe from 17 minutes in! Samira Ahmed – This year, art institutions including The British Film Institute and the British Library have been marking 40 years of punk. The Sex Pistols first single, Anarchy in the UK, was released in 1976 […]

EXTINCTION Part 1

Here is the first instalment of our Extinction campaign, inspired by the single from The Sex Pistols Anarchy In The UK.

PUNK LONDON

Let’s get a few things straight, I started to work for myself from an early age out of necessity. With creative ideas and hard work I made a financial success of Agent Provocateur but I haven’t had any involvement with that company for years and I find it now completely boring. No one ever gave […]

A LETTER TO TIM SOMMER AT OBSERVER.COM

It is clear from the open letter I have read that it’s author has not understood or attempted to discover anything about why I am taking this action. I have decided to burn these artifacts because I am questioning how they can have any value at a time when the establishment is celebrating punk? How […]

THE VALUE OF NOTHING

  Since putting the value of 5 million pound on this collection that is what got everybody interested, they’re more interested perhaps in the price then they are of what it is or what it represents. Punk rock evolved as a real challenge to the establishment, because people were so fed up with the status […]

BURN PUNK LONDON

Burn Punk London is a necessary act to remind the public and wake them up! In 1976 Punk’s challenge to the establishment, it’s a message of discontent, the Rebel Yell from generation No Future, underpinned the DIY creative empowerment for change. That was the inspiration for the creation of these objects at their inception. In […]