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eBook Ed Templeton: Deformer: Limited Edition download ISBN: 8862080603
Author: Ed Templeton
Publisher: Damiani; Slp edition (October 1, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 176
ePub: 1102 kb
Fb2: 1877 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Different
Subcategory: Humanities

Ed Templeton's Deformer is well assembled collection of photographs from Templeton's formative years which chronicle his journey into sponsored skateboarding and his growth as an artist.

Ed Templeton's Deformer is well assembled collection of photographs from Templeton's formative years which chronicle his journey into sponsored skateboarding and his growth as an artist. One person found this helpful. Since the summer of 2006 I have been anticipating the arrival of Ed Templeton's newest book: Deformer. After correctly breaking in the spine of the book I was ready to indulge my image-driven senses. Deformer, from the first page to the last, did not disappoint.

Ed Templeton (born July 28, 1972) is an American professional skateboarder, contemporary artist, and photographer. He is the founder of the skateboard company, Toy Machine, a company that he continues to own and manage. He is based in Huntington Beach, California. Templeton was inducted into the Skateboard Hall of Fame in 2016. Templeton was born in Garden Grove, Orange County, California, USA. His family lived in various places in Southern California before moving to Huntington Beach.

Eleven years in the making, and compiling more than 30 years' worth of material, Ed Templeton's Deformer is a multimedia scrapbook of his upbringing in suburban Orange County, California. Its photographs give a sun-drenched glimpse of what it might be like to be young and alive in what Templeton refers to as "the suburban domestic incubator.

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San Clemente, 1997 - Another photograph from my book Deformer (2008) - trying to set a tone of hope for this week. 24 November at 19:36. From my book Deformer, (ani books, gedpress 2008). retokyo - only 100 of each made. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español.

TOY MACHINE ED TEMPLETON DECK Skateboard unused item, limited .

TOY MACHINE ED TEMPLETON DECK Skateboard unused item, limited F/S from Japan. ED Templeton signed art book photo portrait punk street print skateboard mohawk.

The mother of young Ed, Susan Hope Templeton or Suzie, would be as if a boat on an ocean without a sail or an oa. drifting child, damaged head, nothing less but certainly much more. Brain damage as a little girl, a crippled head, maintenance drugs and life as a whirl. Oh, that Dad would trample on he. giant sloth foot, stomping on a pearl. The next crucial figure to provide Ed with the wings that he would need to soar high and defeat the villain, Dad, would be the heroine, Deanna Templeton, who would ultimately make a pact with Ed for life as his lover, and sacred wife.

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Eleven years in the making, and compiling more than 30 years of material, Ed Templeton's scrapbook of his upbringing in suburban Orange County California is a much-anticipated book. Its photographs give a sun-drenched glimpse of what it might be like to be young and alive in the "suburban domestic incubator" of Orange County, conveyed in the idiom of Nan Goldin or Larry Clark (and with a sharp eye for the streets that recalls Garry Winogrand or Eugene Richards). For like his groundbreaking predecessors, Templeton is always a participant in the scenes he shoots. Deformer interweaves disciplinary letters from Templeton's grandfather and religious notes from his mother with sketches, snapshots, telling images and the occasional brutal tale, laying out an unresolved narrative that plunges readers headlong into Templeton's chaotic upbringing and his reliance on art and skateboarding to accommodate its stresses and joys. "Skateboarding allowed me to travel the world, and that showed me that where I live is totally messed up," he observes. "That perspective has fueled me and been a source for my art." Through photographs, stories and ephemera of all sorts from his youth and teenage years, Templeton offers readers an intensely close and personal look at an artist's coming of age. This boxed limited edition comes with a signed and numbered photograph by Ed Templeton.
Comments: (3)
Gralinda
Ed Templeton's Deformer is well assembled collection of photographs from Templeton's formative years which chronicle his journey into sponsored skateboarding and his growth as an artist.
Agalas
Since the summer of 2006 I have been anticipating the arrival of Ed Templeton's newest book: Deformer. Several cover changes later, the dead pigeon head was nice, and preorder limbo from Amazon, the book finally arrived at my home. After correctly breaking in the spine of the book I was ready to indulge my image-driven senses. Deformer, from the first page to the last, did not disappoint. Templeton's stream-of-consciousness photobook is the perfect talisman for anyone wishing to view youth and beauty, chaos and destruction. This autobiographical record of Ed, and Deanna, captures many moments of distinct reflection between the photographer and the observed. Not only are fleeting moments of agony and ecstasy captured, but also ones of youth and lust. Deformer offers viewers many unseen photographs and documents about Templeton's life. Throughout the book are hand written or typed letters from his grandparents that were sent to Ed to remind him of how valuable time is and what it takes to become a young man with a purpose in life. This book is a testament to the time and hard work Templeton has put into his social-documentation, skateboarding career, paintings, journals and other various forms of artwork. Deformer offers viewers a window on a world not seen by many, and a world that has been overlooked by most. Alleged Press and Damiani pieced together an incredible book and I look forward to another one focusing on Templeton's paintings.
Nuadazius
I bought this for my boyfriend as a gift for his birthday. He is the one who skateboards, I am the one who seeks out art but we both meet in the middle when things like this come along as we appreciate the aesthetic of each subject. This book has less writing and doodles than his others and it truly makes the pages come alive for one's own interpretation. I love it, he loves it. You will, too.