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Marvin Scott Jarrett, RAY GUN: THE BIBLE OF MUSIC AND STYLE

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RAY GUN founded in 1992 by Marvin Scott Jarrett, was the only magazine wherein a die-hard culture seeker could find information on alternative music and the street-inspired style that really mattered. With over 200 full-color photographs, RAY GUN: THE BIBLE OF MUSIC AND STYLE gathers the most outrageous pages from the magazine that helped to shape the ’90s. This epic anthology features exclusive photographs and articles on rock legends.When punk rock had torn pop music to shreds and created a hunger for an original lifestyle beyond mainstream culture RAY GUN was its graphic chronicler. Across the magazine’s pages blasted a visual feast made up of era-defining artists.Marvin Scott Jarrett is a celebrated creative force in the worlds’ of publishing, film, and television, as well as the founder of Ray Gun and Nylon. He has also directed a number of noteworthy music videos and documentaries and he has collaborated with YouTube, iTunes, Instagram, Nike, and Urban Outfitters. He has also an accomplished photographer who has shot top global talent, including musicians and actors Katy Perry, Lana Del Ray, Ewan McGregor, and Jared Leto. Liz Phair is a legendary alt-rock goddess. Wayne Coyne is the frontman of The Flaming Lips. Dean Kuipers is an arts and environmental writer. Steven Heller is an art director and co-chair of the MFA Design department at the School of Visual Arts, and author of dozens of books on design culture.

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