Here we have the cover of The Cure's album "Boys Don't Cry" (1980) coupled with the "Boys Don't Cry" photograph by W. Tillmans used on the cover of Frank Ocean's zine of the same name as well as his album "Blonde" (2016) which was originally rumored to be titled "Boys Don't Cry". By packaging them together we hope to encapsulate two influential releases in music history that champion individuality and fearlessness.
Limited Edition enamel pin set. Also available individually (see options above)
BDC (The Cure) is 1.5 inches Hard enamel black nickel metal with 7 color fill and two butterfly clutches on the back to prevent spinning.
BDC (Frank Ocean) is 1.75 inches Soft enamel black dye metal with 9 color fill and two butterfly clutches on the back to prevent spinning.
Fun fact: The artwork for The Cure's "Boy's Don't Cry" originally appeared much smaller on the back of their "Three Imaginary Boys" LP. It was produced by Fiction Records without the bands consent.