An exhibition featuring some of the most iconic images of punk rock's heyday has opened in London.
Someday All The Adults Will Die! showcases famous record covers, flyers, magazines and posters advertising bands from the mid-'70s to the early '80s.
It includes a poster for a Devo gig in San Francisco in 1978, an original edition of U.S. fanzine Slash, and the Ramones' famous Sheena Is A Punk Rocker postcard from 1977.
The exhibition runs at a gallery in London until November (12).
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