A  collection of vintage prints of the downtown New York punk scene taken at the end of the 1970s.  The prints are an archive of photographs documenting the late '70s downtown punk scene taken at various venues, most notably at Max's Kansas City, CBGB, Hurrahs and the Mudd Club. The collection depicts the musicians and fans of the scene at their most unvarnished including :

·      Johnny Thunders with the Heartbreakers
·      Tomata du Plenty of The Screamers
·      Lydia Lunch
·      Wendy O. Williams
·      Edith Massey with Edie and the Eggs
·      The Dead Boys
·      Jerry Only
·      Debbie Harry and Chris Stein of Blondie
·      James Chance and the Contortions
·      Middle Class
·      Early B52’s
·      Ramones
·      Steel Tips
     The Slits

Participants of the “scene” are decked out in full regalia, spiked hairdo, faux leopard, Catholic School Uniforms, Mohawks. They dance and jerk their way around. Meanwhile the likes of Lydia Lunch of Teenage Jesus and the Jerks, who was inspired to run away to New York because of the New York Dolls, and Wendy O. Williams, forged ahead creating a new image of women in music. These photographs show gigs candidly with cornflakes being strewn over the fans, James Chance of the Contortions collapsed on stage,