Gallery - Return Of The Rudeboy by Dean Chalkley & Harris Elliott

Gallery - Return Of The Rudeboy by Dean Chalkley & Harris Elliott
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[Best_Wordpress_Gallery gallery_type="slideshow" theme_id="2" gallery_id="8" sort_by="order" slideshow_effect="none" slideshow_interval="5" slideshow_width="800" slideshow_height="500" enable_slideshow_autoplay="0" enable_slideshow_shuffle="0" enable_slideshow_ctrl="1" enable_slideshow_filmstrip="1" slideshow_filmstrip_height="90" slideshow_enable_title="0" slideshow_title_position="undefined" slideshow_enable_description="0" slideshow_description_position="undefined" enable_slideshow_music="0" slideshow_music_url="0" watermark_type="none" watermark_link="0"] Don't call it a comeback but the Rudeboy is back on Britain streets. Celebrating the resurgence of the sharp-suited subset acclaimed photographer and filmmaker Dean Chalkley creative director Harris Elliott has spent the past 12 months photographing individuals who embody the rude boy - and girl - in the 21st century.

The results are currently on show in a free exhibition, Return Of The Rudeboy, running until 25 August at London's Somerset House.

To preview the show, here's a a gallery featuring a few of those Rudies in the exhibition, including the legs of Libertines drummer Gary Powell. For more information head to Somersethouse.org.uk.