Check out this really nice photobook by Brian Gaberman.
A Life In Transition is a collection of some of his favorite photos taken over the last seven years while he was working working for Element Skateboards.
It´s beautifully crafted and features a selecttion of action shots and portraits, taken on different trips and adventures from all over the world.
You can get it here
If you missed the opening of Avocado Bowl VIP Art Show and Fund Raiser photo exhibition in Fallbrook at the Fallbrook Brewing Company
you still have a chance to the see great photos from Grant Brittain and Dave Swift and even buy an iconic image and support the Avocado Bowl project in Fallbrook.
More info over at THE SKATEBOARD MAG
This is not brand new but still worth checking out because Arne Fiehl former editor in chief of
Boardstein Magazine and photographer Jonn Rübke did a really good job telling the story
of the I-Punkt Skateland in Hamburg from it´s beginings in 1990 till 2000.
There´s many funny and interessting stories from Tim Payne who built the bowl to the Death Box/Flip team causing some havoc…
Photographer Jonn Rübke captured everything from day one and dove deep into the archives to
show the most memorable images.
Order now before it´s sold out
Happy new year to all Bailgun friends.
This year we made a free PDF calendar that you can download and print on some nice paper
at home or your favourite printshop.
The 2014 Bailgun calendar features 12 images of beautiful concrete structures and curves.
We also made a screen version that you can use as a Wallpaper on your computer screen
that will be updated every month.
Here´s some cool zines to check out if can get ahold of them.
1st is New York based 43 Magazine it has some really good photography with some interesting writing that goes along with the photos and not to forget the cool 10 inch format. For more info go to their website
Actor Thomas Haden Church and Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Ed Keating join Mark Seliger to talk about how they got their starts, the work that is most meaningful to them. The three men discuss their experiences of 9/11 and their work in the days following. Finally, they reach into the fishbowl to ask each other questions about photography, including, “what’s the biggest problem with camera phones?”
Him: “Your camera makes nice pictures”, me: “your mouth makes nice compliments”. If you are into photographing people this is what you hear most of the day:
Watch Ed Tempelton talk about photography
Check out the Basementizid Gallery for more info.
Glen E. Friedman and Shepard Fairey talk about their work
Check out Sergej´s photography at his latest exhibition.
For more info read the presss elease below.
Untitled Stories by Sergej Vutuc
27. Juni 2008 – 25. Juli 2008
“I capture moments which are stories penetrating my eye via the view finder. With these I am travelling
through everyday life and the universe and with their help I communicate with my environment. Sometimes I find answers to personal questions, sometimes I am screaming at the world.”
Sergej Vutuc was born in 1979 in Doboj. He lived in Zagreb for 10 years, meanwhile he is living in Heilbronn. In the mid 90s he was an active member of the hardcore/punk scene as guitar player in the band “Five Minutes to Steve” and founder of the record label Get Off Records.
In the 21st century he traded the guitar for the camera. Since then his works have been shown in galleries and streets in various countries in Europa and America. His photo are published in several internation art and skateboard magazines. “No Skateboading Permitted” is Sergej’s book.
“Skateboard Series 1-3” was a skateboard theater performance in Heilbronn in which he participated as actor and co-director. Since 2005 his running the Basementizid.Kunst.Cellar, an art space in Heilbronn. Sergej is also part of “Art of Asfalt” project.
www.sergejvutuc.com | www.basementizid.com | www.art-of-asfalt.com
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