For the ravers and the photographers alike, this limited edition fanzine of Mark McNulty’s early work is a must.
Mark McNulty was synonymous with British rave culture, be it the Hacienda, Cream, or any rave in between, he was there with his camera and all seeing eye. Published in magazines including The Face, Mixmag, i-D and Raygun, Mark now shoots large scale campaigns and editorials for some of the finest, but this fanzine is about his early work in the dances of England. His documentary photography.
Limited to 100 hand numbered copies and featuring 28 pages of some of his best work, this is an essential purchase for any budding photographer who wants to follow in the footsteps of people like Mark McNulty. It’s also a nice addition for any rave or photography fans.
Head over to Goodhood where you can grab one for £5 before they vanish into obscurity.