Photographer Blake Kunin’s Debut Book, “Bark at The Moon,” Documents Graffiti in Action

Seven years worth of invigorating action shots, street scenes and more

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From compelling action film photographer and author Blake Kunin, the 289-page hardbound book Bark at The Moon offers an up-close look at graffiti artists in action. Across seven years, Kunin chronicled the work of the notorious BTM Crew and the risks taken by the notable figures within. He captures the intensity, immediacy, artistry and power of graffiti with his image-making, and celebrates the daring nature of it all. The book, published by RAB Arts (created by streetwear brand Alife‘s founder Rob Cristofaro) will be accompanied by a solo exhibition at Leo Fitzpatrick’s NYC-based gallery and community center, Public Access, later this spring.

Bark at The Moon is available to purchase online for $150. The first 300 books sold will include a risograph by Kunin.

Images from Bark at The Moon by Blake Kunin, courtesy of RAB Arts