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Riassunto: This collection of photographs is the product of Brunkhart s 20-year labor of love, documenting the lives of snowboarders, skaters, and renegades. Brunkhart is currently sorting though tens of thousands of negatives, scanning select frames, and selecting images to be included in the Dreams compilation. Unlike many other projects documenting extreme sports and alternative lifestyles, Brunkhart seeks not only to convey a sense of action, spectacle, and excitement. He is selecting images that convey depth, originality, and honesty. This is not to say that Dreams wont include images of boarders at their best, but only that Brunkhart is upping the ante in regards to the genre s artistic standards. How Many Dreams in the Dark is organized around the central theme of dialogue between revolutionary dreams and rebellious dreamers. Dreams abound within snow/skate culture, becoming manifest through superhuman feats of flight over strange landscapes. The book s objective is to both spread and protect the dreams of the past, while inspiring new dreams in new comrades. Extended captions and short stories tell the story behind the photos. It is more than just a photo book, with unique moments captured of Craig Kelly, Jamie Lynn, Temple Cummins, Tex, Matt Donahue, and a host of others. From Japan to Prague and Alaska to Chile, images form around the world taken on his travels. This is a limited edition.
L'autore: Chris Brunkhart has been photographing for over 25 years. He started his career at a newspaper in Chicago and eventually found his home in Portland, Oregon. Around 1991 he became involved with snowboarding in its infancy. Eventually becoming a senior photographer for Snowboarder and Transworld magazines, he shot with Craig Kelly, Jamie Lynn, Terje Haakonsen, Matt Donahue, along with a host of others from around the world. He has seen 6 continents, finding the beauty not only in the mountains, but in the people he has met, the cities he has visited and the cultures he has encountered. He was one of the founders of The Movement Snowboards and Frequency magazine. In 1996 Chris published The Creedle Chronicles with Volcom, and 3 years later released the cult snowboard movie, The Walrus Dreams. Now Chris continues to shoot photographs and work on his art at his home in Portland, Oregon.
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Descrizione libro Guerilla Arts, 2010. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110615391060