Photobook Vol 1
INTRO What is Clunk magazines ‘Photobook series’ Our humble magazine is home to several talented photographers and visual artists, each of which have their own unique and brilliant style. We wanted to create a space for that visual entity of CLUNK to shine. The ‘Photobook’ series will be an indefinite run of photograph based publications that will range through a variety of photography types.
Note From Kieran
By James Birchall
I want to thank all of you for taking the time to have a flick through this publication and hope you enjoy the photos as much as i did taking them. I am continuously humbled by the opportunities which I recieve from people and treasure every moment, Thank you for helping me make a dream come true. These photos are taken from a variety of different festivals and shows throughout 2017. Each one having a different atmosphere and i hope my photography portrays that, enjoy!
Maximo Park, Princess Pavillions, Falmouth Indie outfit Maximo Park set alight the small and intimate venue.
The Sundowners, The Great Estate The psychedlic tangents of The Sundowners added a slice of retrospective to the fledging Cornish Festival.
Mr B The Gentleman Rhymer, The Great Estate Notorious for his elegant and entertaining use of words via the medium of â€˜Chap-Hopâ€™.
Seasick Steve, The Watering Hole, Perranporth The American blues musician provided the crowd at Perranporth with a bout of thunderous riffs and gruff vocals.
Wolf Note, The Little Orchard Festival Local boys Wolf Note provided some much needed punch to the quant Cornish festival.
Feeder, The Watering Hole, perranporth Grunge rockers Feeder played a litany of old and new tracks during their electric performance.
Mac demarco, 02 academy, Bristol The beautiful goof was everything one would expect, funny, emotive and absolute fun.
Pulled apart by horses, boardmasters Pulled Apart By Horses blew the roof off the Land Of Saints tent. It further solidified that they are one of the UKâ€™s most exciting live bands.
Reef, Tunes In The Dunes Reef saved the day at Tunes In The Dunes and provided a much needed respite during the poor weather.
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This magazine was sponsored by: Retro Sounds Record Store, Newquay Hoax Clothing Company
A special thanks to all those who have supported us this far and those who took the time to give us feedback in the early design phases.
Published on Mar 12, 2018