All punk rock ever wanted to do was return music and art to the people. Despite the apparent lack of skills and shocking results, these "musicians" were talented innovators with a desperate need to revolutionize various genres gone static in the 1970s. Too bad only a few enlightened people "got it" at the time. In Southern California, Raymond Pettibon provided artwork for a do-it-yourself scene coalescing mostly around his brother Greg Ginn's label SST Records. Gracing album covers (Black Flag, Minutemen, Sonic Youth), T-shirts, and gig flyers were crude, ink-wash drawings that depicted emotional, ugly people in horrifying situations but also caught as a deep, sometimes-funny truth emerges. It's this capture of the "moment of truth" that quickly catapulted Pettibon from mere decorator-to-the-Underground to... More >>>