Vice to release Full Bleed NYC Skate book

By: | Wednesday, May 26, 2010 //

FULL BLEED: New York City Skateboard Photography

Featuring the work of Spike Jonze, Giovanni Reda, Ed Templeton, Thomas Campbell – and many more
VICE Books Presents FULL BLEED: New York City Skateboard Photography

New York, NY – May 26, 2010 – VICE Books is proud to announce the August 2010 release of FULL BLEED: New York City Skateboard Photography. Created by Alex Corporan, Andre Razo, and Ivory Serra, FULL BLEED is a visual journey through 30 years of skateboarding in New York.

Skateboarding and concrete are inextricably intertwined and nowhere do a city’s concrete canyons have more life and rich history than in New York. With contributions from over 60 photographers, FULL BLEED is the first-ever comprehensive overview of New York’s skate history, bringing together legendary skaters and iconic photographers.

An homage to the great ones that have built NYC skateboarding into what it is today, FULL BLEED: New York City Skateboard Photography includes -

Photographs by: Spike Jonze, Giovanni Reda, Tobin Yelland, Thomas Campbell, Larry Clark, Ed Templeton, Atiba Jefferson, Angela Boatwright, Sammy Glucksman, Allen Ying, and more.

Skateboarders featured: Steve Olson, Eric Koston, Keith Hufnagel, Harold Hunter, Jerry Hsu, Mike Vallely, Mark Gonzales, Rick Howard, Jason Dill, and more.

FULL BLEED: New York City Skateboard Photography
Available at Amazon and select retailers across the US – MSRP $35
Hardcover, 8.5 x 11 inches, 320 pages, over 250 photographs
ISBN 978-1-57687-539-1

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