Pistol by Annex Punk Rock Sex Pistols Concert Poster Framed Art Print
Emerging from London, The Sex Pistols originally began from the band Strand in 1972. The members were working-class teenagers, who played their first gig at Saint Martins College. In 1977 the Sex Pistols was signed to A&M Records and released God Save the Queen a few months later. This single became extremely controversial and many large chains refused to stock the single, as the single was timed with Queen Elizabeth's Silver Jubilee celebrations. Only a week and a half after the records release, it had sold more than 150,000 copies.
Fine art print on heavy weight, 100 lb semi-gloss cover stock. Each print measures 12 inches x 18 inches (30.5 cm x 45.5 cm). Now available framed! Print is framed behind crystal clear acrylic within a 1.25 inch wide composite black frame. Outer frame measures 14 inches by 20 inches. An affordable yet great looking classic frame that will compliment any decor. Sawtooth hanger with attachment tap nails included. Authorized dealer of Annex Art Company's fine products.