The Death of Subculture
This publication was an answer to the self-initiated brief, which looked to showcase subcultures and more specifically look at the apparent death of subculture. With the rise of the internet in the mid 1990’s more and more people can access more and more things. With many being able to dip in and out of trends and music genres within a few weeks. Gone are the days of searching for that latest record or hunting the second hand stores for that genuine military jacket. Everything can be accessed within a few clicks. With this publication I wanted to show how important subculture was to so many and what it means to be at a point where it becomes extremely diluted or even lost.
96-page coptic bound publication printed on G.F Smith Colorplan
Words by James Gill