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Saturday’s Kids
NH&P
book, 2016

Saturday’s Kids – Ten Years of UK Subcultures Influences is an illustrated history of English subcultures, created by illustrator Marcus Reed.

A circle could be a shape, but could also be a group of people with shared interests. So, the word circle could be used to talk about subcultures, and the shape could be used to represent them. For that reason, the project uses the circle as the main graphic element.

On the cover, all circles occupy an unique position and coexist. Inside, the circles appear in the same position as in the cover, but separately, giving the idea that each culture is unique and belong to a specific moment and place in time.