Art of Punk

To look at him you wouldn’t know Bryan Ray Turcotte was punk. He looks more like a cool uncle who turns up out of the blue on his Harley every eight years. But he’s not your uncle—he’s a world-renowned punk rock aficionado. Bryan Ray became an accidental (and very reluctant) authority of all things punk when he started collecting flyers for punk shows as a kid. What started as a hobby ended with one of the largest collections of punk ephemera on the planet; you wouldn’t believe how much cool shit this guy has.

Film / edit: Edgar Obrand

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