The Action classic gig posters look like originals and for good reason. These are originals.
Looking for something academic to keep you amused? Check out The Hidden Mod in Modern Art: London 1957 – 1969.
Suited and booted and ready for action, John Waters takes us on a Mod’s Saturday night out in 1960s London. No time machine required.
Some years back, I saw Paul Weller on TV talking a book he’d apparently just re-read. That book was called Absolute Beginners by Colin MacInnes.
Familiar with the movie Villain with Richard Burton? It’s based on the wonderful Burden of Proof by James Barlow.
Another week, another piece of mod fiction. Weekend Dancer by Talcott Levy is certainly part of a rapidly growing industry.
The mod scene’s rising star of tailoring is Gill Long of Cock of the Walk Tailors. I caught up with Gill for an interview covering everything from her training and skills through to the clothing she makes and why mods from all over head there.
Not one of mine, this is the work of Neil Queen-Jones, who has put together a monster of a Spotify playlist for Blow Up in London.