The punk subculture emerged in the United Kingdom in the mid-1970s.
Mainly characterised by its anti-establishment views, the punk subculture is seen as a manifesto of individual freedom.
Punks are identified by their spiked hair that can be styled as a mohawk and sometimes even as magnificent butterflies either bleached or dyed in bright colours.
with flaming holo
Britain's youth movements, with their iconic styles and attitudes, are regarded worldwide as pinnacles of musical, fashion and artistic expression; the celebration of the counterculture and a rebellion against mindless mass conformity.