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Barney Bubbles

Barney Bubbles was the name adopted by the ground-breaking graphic artist born Colin Fulcher in Middlesex in 1942. He was particularly associated with the independent music scene. After working for the Conran Group, he set up Teenburger Designs in 1969, and became the design force for Stiff Records from its inception in 1976. He also collaborated with photographer Brian Griffin on projects including the book Power, the 'Y' newspaper and record sleeves for Graham Parker, Nick Lowe and Elvis Costello. He died in 1983.

England & Co have vintage copies of both the poster and 'Y'. Contact the gallery for prices.


Poster - Details

Poster 1980

29.5 x 19.7 inches

'Y' Newspaper, Issue 1 - Details

'Y' Newspaper, Issue 1
Paint Your Windows White 1983