Full Bleed: New York City Skateboard Photography

Full Bleed: New York City Skateboard Photography

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Edited by Alex Corporan, Edited by Andre Razo, Edited by Ivory Serra, By (photographer) Spike Jonze, By (photographer) Jessica Bard, By (photographer) Ivory Serra

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  • Publisher: powerHouse Books,U.S.
  • Format: Hardback | 304 pages
  • Dimensions: 224mm x 282mm x 26mm | 1,501g
  • Publication date: 30 September 2010
  • Publication City/Country: New York
  • ISBN 10: 1576875393
  • ISBN 13: 9781576875391
  • Illustrations note: 250
  • Sales rank: 103,210

Product description

Skateboarding in New York City is a singular experience. It is impossible not to feel the magnitude of the landscape, and with the city in constant motion, skateboarding is both exhilarating and extremely dangerous. There is no right or wrong way to navigate this vast terrain. Only one thing is certain--the skaters and images produced in New York City are wholly unique. The shots in "Full Bleed "span 30 years, with contributions from over 40 photographers. This is the first-ever comprehensive overview of the one of the most diverse and rich skating locations in the world, bringing together legendary skaters and iconic photographers. Featuring the work of: Giovanni Reda, Jessica Bard, Ivory Serra, Tobin Yelland, Miki Vuckovich, Thomas Campbell, Larry Clark, Ed Templeton, Jerry Hsu, Atiba Jefferson, Bryce Knights, Angela Boatwright, Athena Currey, Kenneth Cappello, Charlie Samuels, Andy Kessler, Mike O'Meally, Sammy Glucksman, Allen Ying, and more.

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"The book captures the sensation of flight and movement within heavy, confining spaces, and the sweeping colors of the boards, the graffiti, and the riders as they fly between the gray sky and grayer pavement" " The New Yorker"