Event

Diplomatic Relations

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Artwork

Folder containing variously cut photocopies used in artwork. [xerography] Black and white photocopy of photograph by Bob Gruen of Sid Vicious and DJ Stuart Henry in the back of a car. [typescript] Typography on paper, folded and ripped along one edge. Doodles in blue pen on the left, reading Bow Wow Wow. [illustrations] Ripped piece of paper with line drawing of burger in black pen, featuring a press pass. Pen on both sides. [xerography] Photocopy of fake press release regarding media and music moguls and Viciousburgers scandal. Part two. [xerography] Photocopy of fake press release regarding media and music moguls and Viciousburgers scandal. Part one. [notes] Handwritten notes on designing the Vicious-burger press release. [xerography] Photocopy of fake press release, regarding Elvis Presley's body being ground down into 'Presleyburgers'. [xerography] Photocopy of typography: press release regarding the Vicious Burger "scandal". [xerography] Photocopy of newspaper articles, including one about Tom Jones and Englebert Humperdinck investing in opening 16 Burger King fast food restaurants in Britain. [xerography] Photocopy of newspaper article from September 1978, about the deaths of pop stars, including images of Brian Jones, Jimi Hendrix and Marc Bolan. [notes] Notes written on white paper in red pen. [xerography] Photocopy of a newspaper article about Princess Grace of Monaco being shocked at the content of the projected Sex Pistols film "Who Killed Bambi?", as she was a stakeholder in 20th Century Fox, the backers of the project. Handwritten notes by Jamie Reid. [xerography] Photocopy of typography: part two of a press release describing music and press moguls eating "Vicious Burgers". [xerography] Photocopy of typography: part one of a press release describing music and press moguls eating "Vicious Burgers". [xerography] Colour photocopy of the Sex Pistols' "C'Mon Everybody" single poster, featuring photograph of Sid Vicious eating a hotdog, by Bob Gruen, against a green and red background. [folders (containers)] Grey green cardboard folder. [xerography] Photocopy of photograph of long-haired man (possibly Richard Branson) with handwritten note underneath.

Artwork

Folder containing variously cut photocopies used in artwork. [folders (containers)] Grey-green cardboard folder. [xerography] Photocopied typographic page. [xerography] Photocopies of designs and a newspaper article. [xerography] Photocopy of a design for the Dead Kennedys album. [notes] Handwritten notes and doodles on white paper [xerography] Process print of "NO FUTURE" design for stickers. [xerography] Photocopied article from a newspaper, regarding the withdrawing of the single "Holidays in the Sun" due to its artwork being in breach of copyright, with doodles. [xerography] Photocopied article from a newspaper, regarding the withdrawing of the single "Holidays in the Sun" due to its artwork being in breach of copyright, with doodles. [xerography] Photocopy on paper of a photograph of Debbie Wilson, known as Debbie Juvenile, a punk who worked at Seditionaries in 1977. [xerography] Photocopy on tracing paper of a photograph of Debbie Wilson, known as Debbie Juvenile, a punk who worked at Seditionaries in 1977. [xerography] Photocopy on acetate of a photograph of Debbie Wilson, known as Debbie Juvenile, a punk who worked at Seditionaries in 1977, with paper backing. [xerography] Process photo of two newspaper articles, one about the removal from Virgin offices of the Sex Pistols single "Holidays in the Sun" due to the artwork copyright breach, the other about rioting in Miami and its affect on British tourists. Large white border with red and yellow scribble. [xerography] Photocopy of newspaper article about outrage over the "God Save the Queen" artwork. [xerography] Photocopy of artwork used in Sex Pistols and Dead Kennedys promotion, of a swastika made from guitar fretboards and headstocks, cut in a circle shape. [xerography] Photocopied newspaper article regarding race riots in Miami, with focus on British tourists. [xerography] Photocopied image of guitar fretboard and headstock swastika in a black circle. [xerography] Colour photocopy of the artwork for the Sex Pistols' single "C'Mon Everybody". Blue background with red oval shape with the words "Vicious-Burger" through the middle, and title around the top. [xerography] Photocopy of lots of Virgin Records logos, cut from an A4 sheet. [xerography] Photocopied "No Future" sticker design.