'Guns of Brixton' by Linnea Bakken Channels The Clash

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Oct 25, 2010   Updated: Aug 15 2011 • References: flickr &
'Guns of Brixton' by Linnea Bakken is a punk fashion shoot no doubt inspired by the song of the same name by The Clash. Each image oozes the edgy, devil-may-care attitude The Clash -- and the band's fans -- embodied. Whether they're wearing studded leather jackets or itty-bitty briefs and combat boots, these models channel 70s and 80s British punk at its best.

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Implications - 'Guns of Brixton' by Linnea Bakken summons the iconic punk group the Clash. All of the images in this serious evoke the edgy attitude of late 70s and early 80s punk music. Linnea Bakken -- the photographer -- really captures that enigmatic energy in a unique way. Stats for British Punk Photo Shoots Trending: Older & Warm
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