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About the author: David King (1948-2019) grew up in post-war London and attended art school there from 1964 to 1967. He went on to become an art director for a decade thereafter, but left the commercial art world as he became more involved in music and confrontational graphics. In 1977 he created the logo design for the foundational punk band Crass, dubbed the double-headed snake and cross. In the intervening years, he moved to New York and was commissioned to do graphics for clubs like Danceteria, Peppermint Lounge, and for the Museum of Modern Art. He also joined the band Arsenal around this time. Eventually Arsenal relocated from New York to San Francisco, changing its name to Sleeping Dogs and then finally Brain Rust. In the early 1990s King attended the San Francisco Art Institute, studying media he hadnt in the UK: painting, sculpture and photography. Since that time, David King has made short films, continued with his logo design for bands and record labels, published a number of photo books and made stencils throughout his entire career.