The inventory representing the “Punk is Dead” collection is a retrospective selection of critical primary source materials documenting the punk rock movement of the 1970s-1990s. The collection illustrates the profound subculture of punk from an artistic and politically fueled era from Los Angeles, New York, and London.
The current inventory reflected in “Sex, Death, and the Devil” is an expansion of an established theme exploring visually stimulating, intellectually engaging, and often challenging items. This selection of material includes rare editions, archival materials, and obscure media illustrating facets of human sexuality, gender diversities, mortality, and contentious belief systems. The catalog is both diverse and thoughtful, exploring a broad spectrum of interests.