No B-Side: Malcolm Garrett, Buzzcocks and post-punk sleeve design

In Unit Editions’ new book on punk and post-punk 7″ sleeves, designer Malcolm Garrett discusses the radical visual language he first brought to the band Buzzcocks in 1977. Featured here is his essay from Action Time Vision, alongside the text of his conversation with author and lecturer Russ Bestley

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