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

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 …

Standard Edition: Independent Mysteries

NYC-based photographer Michael Magers trawled his expansive archives to create Independent Mysteries, a photo book that features striking images of intimate settings and city streets with the same complex and nuanced lens the photographer has mastered in his journalistic endeavors. Each image conveys a moment—whether seemingly emotional or innocuous—with gravitas and tenderness. There truly is a mystery to each image that’s remarkably engaging. Accompanying copy …

New York: Club Kids: By Waltpaper

Authored by multi-media artist Walt Cassidy (aka Waltpaper), New York: Club Kids proves to be a most comprehensive survey of the legendary antics of ’90s nightlife in NYC. Cassidy, a central figure in the subculture, saw firsthand the “artistic, fashion-conscious youth movement that crossed over into the public consciousness.” Though it includes rare photographs, this book is far more than an attempt at archiving an …