Gee Vaucher came to countercultural prominence with the legendary anarcho-punk band Crass. Designing album covers posters and backdrops, and working in film with Mike Duffield, Gee produced what are surely the most familiar and influential images of anarcho-punk artwork.
Gee made an appearance and exhibited examples of her work in the London History Area organised by Past Tense and the Bristol Radical History Group as part of the 2013 London Anarchist Bookfair. She also participated in a panel discussion on ‘Anti-War Art’ in the BRHG event ‘Hidden Histories of World War I’ held in 2014.
Gee continues to experiment and push boundaries as a political artist and collagesmith.