• Nick Knight - Skinhead, 1982
  • Nick Knight - Skinhead, 1982
  • Nick Knight - Skinhead, 1982
  • Nick Knight - Skinhead, 1982
  • Nick Knight - Skinhead, 1982

Nick Knight - Skinhead, 1982

"Skinhead" by Nick Knight is a thought-provoking book that delves into the subculture of skinheads, exploring their history, fashion, music, and ideologies. Knight provides an insightful analysis of the origins of skinhead culture, tracing its roots back to working-class youth in 1960s Britain and its subsequent evolution. He examines the distinct style and fashion choices of skinheads, including their shaved heads, Doc Martens boots, and Ben Sherman shirts, emphasizing how these visual elements contributed to their identity and social standing. Furthermore, Knight explores the significant role of music in the skinhead subculture, highlighting genres such as ska, reggae, and punk that played a crucial part in shaping their collective identity. Through his meticulous research and interviews with key figures, Knight also sheds light on the diverse motivations and political affiliations within the skinhead movement, illustrating the complexities and contradictions inherent in this subculture.

1982
84 Pages
22cm x 24cm

Regular price ¥10,800