Punk a subculture that emerged in the late 1960s early 1970s in the UK, Canada and Australia, characteristic features of which are the critical attitude to society and politics. With punk rock is closely related to the name of the famous American artist Andy Warhol and produced their group the Velvet Underground. Their soloist Lou reed is considered the founding father of alternative rock, the current that is closely associated with punk rock. The punks also have a very strong Alliance with some other subcultures (metal, etc.) Bands like the Ramones and Sex Pistols are considered the first group played music in the style of "punk rock"
Many punks dye their hair in bright unnatural colors, tease and fix them with varnish, brilliantine, gel or beer so that they were erect. In the 1980's punks became fashionable hairstyle "Mohawk". Wearing ripped jeans tucked into heavy boots or tucked under the heavy boots (Dr. Martens) and sneakers (Converse). Some pre-soak the jeans in the bleach solution to go red stains. Way to wear sneakers was launched by a group Ramones, and the style they adopted with the Mexican drug thugs. Jacket-leather jackets was borrowed as a rock ' n ' roll attribute from the 1950s, when the motorcycle and rock n roll were inseparable components. Punks first wave sought to return rock music that deliberately cocky and drive, which eventually took the mass commercialization of music. Clothing style dominates the "DEAD" "dead style". Punks is applied to the skull and marks on clothing and accessories. Also punks are various attributes rocker subcultures: collars, wristbands, bracelets (mostly leather, with spikes, studs and chains.), so often doing them yourself, etc. Many punks get tattoos. Punks often wear torn, threadbare jeans; jeans cling to chain dog leashes, sew the jeans the various stripes, for example with the logos of their favorite punk bands and anti-political phrases.