Sunday, 16 September 2012

Sunday Zine Review #46: Stay Cool by RJ Shaughnessy

A few weeks ago, I won this book on Global Yodel and had been wanting to review it for a while. Global Yodel is a website that features photographs taken all around the globe, which form a place-specific gallery, travel guide and artist showcase at the same time.

I first knew about this project when Jesse Weinberg, its founder, messaged me to be a part of it.
When Jesse sent me this book by RJ Shaughnessy, I had never heard about RJ's work before. The first thing I did was checking his website and discovering an impressive collection of dynamic images of young people having fun.

Stay Cool features a great selection of those images, where a bunch of kids are portrayed having a great time on the streets of L.A.

It may sound cheesy, but every time I'm having a bad day I just need to flip through its pages to make it better.

If you're interested in the book, you can get your copy on Amazon.

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the white ribbon said...

this looks so cool! xx

Jesse said...

Another great review. Well done Igor!

Pablo Curto said...

Tiene una pinta brutal, igual me lo pillo..

Gordon said...

I totally agree- there's something about this book that puts a smile on your face and makes you want to get up and go do something fun