Punk artist produces book drawing on the eight festivals of the wheel of the year

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Life & Soul Magazine

Jamie Reid is well known for his artwork, including the record sleeves for the Sex Pistols’ singles Anarchy in the UK and God Save the Queen, which came to symbolise the English punk rock scene of the late 1970s.

Now the English artist, who calls himself a Druid, is focusing on a visual representation of “the eight festivals of the Druidic calendar”.

Jamie Reid has produced a stunning book of paintings, photographs and texts that draw on the eight festivals of The Wheel of the Year. Jamie Reid’s Eight Fold Year Book includes eight stunning beautiful paintings by the Liverpool-based artist that signify each festival.

The book also includes some explanatory text from Philip Carr-Gomm, Chief of the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids, as well as eight photographs taken by the artist himself on his travels around the UK.

In his introduction to Eight Fold Year Book, Jamie Reid – who has long explored…

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