Scott Conklin by Rick Kosick
15 x 20 photographic print. Framed.
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When maverick skateboard company owner Steve Rocco kept having his controversial ads rejected by the prominent skateboard magazines in 1992, he did the next logical thing: create his own magazine to publish anything he wanted. Founded on being censorship-free in a time before the internet, Big Brother went on to gain cult notoriety for its irreverent, naughty, and blatantly stupid content. Cinefamily presents a selection of iconic prints from Big Brother courtesy of photographer Rick Kosick.