The Bollocks
Dennis Morris, Billy Idol and Shepard Fairey

The Bollocks

A Photo Essay of the Sex Pistols

Published by Zero+ Publishing
208 pages, Hardcover
8 3/4" x 11"
106 Illustrations, ISBN: 9781937222413

$49.95

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In 1977, photographer Dennis Morris, known for his iconic work with Bob Marley and the Wailers, turned his lens toward the Sex Pistols and captured an explosion of creativity that changed music and fashion forever. The Bollocks: A Photo Essay of the Sex Pistols is a collection of raw, unfiltered, gritty images covering a year in the band’s prime, some of which have never before been published. This powerful photo essay is a must-have for any fan of the scene, providing an insider’s look at the punk life through primal images captured both on stage and behind-the-scenes with the Sex Pistols. The body of work is composed of 106 large format black and white and color plates, organized in chapters “On the Road,” “Soundcheck,” “Live,” “Backstage,” “Portraits,” and “The Scene.” Includes text by Dennis Morris, Billy Idol, Shepard Fairey, Billy Morrison, and Rodney Bingheimer.