Monday, February 7, 2011



A man named David Storey was just one of a team who created the fantastic 2-Tone style. The hands-in-pockets version of “2-Tone Man” (also named Walt Jabsco, after a bowling shirt) was originally drawn by Jerry Dammers, keyboard player of The Specials.
John Teflon” Sims designed many of the most iconic 2-Tone graphics, under Jerry Dammers’ creative direction. Examples include the Walt Jabsco “Nutty Dancer” version and The Specials “Rat Race” single graphics (for which he won a D&AD Award in 1981).

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