Screenprint – unmounted, unframed
Image size: 355mm x 480mm
Paper size: 387mm x 517mm
Edition size: 95
This limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.
Covent Garden’s Blitz Club, a hang-out for the more esoterically-attired members of the London club scene at the turn of the 1980s, began life as a night with no name. But this relatively short-lived weekly knees-up gifted the world the New Romantic movement, and a host of ground-breaking visual and musical artists that the likes of even David Bowie eventually paid attention to. Wedged between two art schools, Blitz operated a strict door policy, the more unusual the better, and a sub-culture was created that’s still referenced to this day – bold, somewhat gender fluid and iconically good fun.
This second print in John Broadley's series of musically inspired prints takes its title from The Associates 1982 single Party Fears Two.
Editioned with Dan Bugg of The Penfold Press