Drifting Decade Of Snowboarding

Posted by Suzie Wong | September 3rd, 2012 Share

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After ten years of documenting the snowboarding scene, photographer Daniel Blom now sums it up in Drifting Decade (ISBN 978-91-637-0614-1, $TBA), a hardcover 240 page book portraying some of the most influential riders of the 21th scenery, on and off the mountain. Mixing documentary style images with crisp action and snapshots, this book presents the full spectrum of this subcultures ramifications including big mountain lines in Alaska, stadium contests in Germany to urban riding in Finland.

Hailing from northern Sweden, photographer Daniel Blom (1981) grew up with a camera in his hand, playing endlessly with his father ́s single-lens reflex camera before saving up money to buy his own at the age of fourteen. His other passion was snowboarding, which five years later would take him on a decade long journey across all of the continents in pursue of snow. ❚ Flattr this

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