Through a dynamic series of black and white photographs of professional and amateur skateboarders and musicians from across the globe, Sibling Rivalry depicts how skateboarding and punk culture are inescapably intertwined, and plays with the concept of each subject as a sibling vying for the attention of their parent: the photographer.
Sibling Rivalry by Cole Giordano
Designed by Our Place
Edited by Grant
Published by Duke’s Editions
Foreword by Anthony G. Pappalardo
Casebound with gloss dust jacket
150gsm Munken White
Limited Edition of 100 Copies
Available for purchase here!
Check out some recent press for Sibling Rivalry:
Sample images below.
March 22, 2018 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: art, artists, black and white, Cole Giordano, colephoto, concert, dukes distribution, dukes editions, grant, graphics, japan, local, london, metal, music, New York, NYC, our place studio, photo, Photography, punk, punk rock, sibling rivalry, skateboarding, travel, usa, wordpress | Leave a comment
On December 11th, Brooklyn based black metal band, Yellow Eyes , played an incredible show at the Acheron to celebrate the release of their new EP, “Sick With Bloom”, on Gilead Media. Here are some photos, along with a few of supporting act, Vilkacis.
December 21, 2015 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: acheron, anchored inn, black metal, Brooklyn, Bushwick, Cole Giordano, colephoto, metal, NYC, Photography, vilkacis, yellow eyes | Leave a comment
Just made a bunch of new additions to my website including some new skate photos, travel series, and some of my favorites shots from Brooklyn’s Northside Festival with Against Me!, Sannhet, Cayetanna, Viet Cong, and more.
Please take a look: www.colegiordano.com!
September 2, 2015 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: band, bands, Brooklyn, Cole Giordano, colephoto, concert, desert, greenpoint, hart mountain, kcdc, Landscape, long island city, metal, New York, New York City, nyskateboarding, ollie, oregon, Photography, punk, Rockefeller State Park, sannhet, skateboarding, skatenight, warner valley, Williamsburg, williamsburg music hall | 2 Comments