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F*ck You Heroes: Glen E. Friedman Photographs, 1976-1991
Title | F*ck You Heroes: Glen E. Friedman Photographs, 1976-1991
Author | Glen E. Friedman
Type | Book
Rating | 10
Notes | Now in it's second printing, F*ck You Heroes is photographer Glen E. Friedman's uncompromising look at the radicals of youth culture in the extreme worlds of skateboarding, punk and rap. From day one behind his camera, Friedman has had an unerring ability to be in the right place ahead of everybody else. He was a teenaged photographer for 'Thrasher' and 'Skateboarder' magazines, he created the seminal one-hit punk fanzine 'My Rules', worked with Black Flag and Suicidal Tendencies in their early days, wrote for Maximum Rock & Roll, did street promotion for Def Jam's west coast office and shot sleeve photos for everyone from Minor Threat to Public Enemy. This book presents the photographic distillation of Glen's ethic: it's about the perfect shots of the people who live by the touchstones of intensity and integrity.
Purchase/Additonal Info |  https://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0964191601

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Aaron Johnson Photographer
Loves Park | IL | U.S.A.
Comments | [12/02/03] Yep, one of my favorites. His pics of Black Flag, Fugazi, Beastie Boys and Public Enemy are timeless. A classic.
Rating | 10

Gil Batzri Photographer
Oakland | CA | USA
Comments | [12/02/03] Awesome book. I highly recommend it! This is one of the books/photographers that inspired me to become a photographer. GEF has a knack for being there at the inception of things that end up having a big effect on our culture. Check out "Dogtown and the Z boys" if you can't buy this book.
Rating | 10

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