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Destroying Everything... By Ricky Adam

Destroying Everything... by Ricky Adam

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Influential photography of the punk/BMX/rock scene, capturing the aesthetic of the movement.

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Destroying Everything...: Seems Like the Only Option by Ricky Adam

Ricky Adam's first book, Destroying Everything .... Seems Like the Only Option is a raw, glaring, unflinching snapshot of youth subculture that Ricky himself has been immersed in for many years. Bringing together aspects of BMX bikes, D.I.Y. Punk and underground youth culture, Destroying Everything is a collection of photographs of people who do their own thing their own way and live life from the heart, no matter what the consequences.

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A testament to Ricky Adam's ability to capture the optimism, energy and enthusiasm of a generation that prefers to live a counter lifestyle. - Lodown Magazine

About Ricky Adam

Ricky was born in Bangor, Northern Ireland in 1974. Since 1997 he has worked on various photographic projects in Ireland, Europe & America. He was senior photographer / Co. Editor at DIG BMX magazine from 1997-2013. Collections of his work have been published by Cafe Royal, Drago, Damiani, Holy Land Pros & Audit. Ricky's work is held in Tate/Parr collection, BnF (Bibioteque national de France), Bower Ashton Library & the Australian Centre of Photography. He continues to work on long term projects.

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Destroying Everything...: Seems Like the Only Option by Ricky Adam
Drago Arts & Communication
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