Asphalt Telegraph

by Christer Ehrling


Photographs: Christer Ehrling

Text: Harald Gatu and Mark Morton

Publisher: Journal

76 pages

Pictures: 37

Year: 2011

ISBN: 9789197887625

Price: 65

Comments: Hardcover, 23,8 x 29,0 x 1,5 cm, texts by Harald Gatu and Mark Morton, in English and Swedish,

The faces in this book belong to cool people who know something that the unwashed don’t know. The traditional, early style hot rod and custom attracts cool people, folks who will cluster, form packs and in some cases clubs, but not associations. Theirs is a closed society, not because of exclusionary rules, but because so few on the periphery have the unique collective exponents in art, mechanics and culture. Ehrling has pictured these hot rod/customs people in Sweden, USA and Germany from 2004 until 2010. 


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Asphalt Telegraph

by Christer Ehrling


Photographs: Christer Ehrling

Text: Harald Gatu and Mark Morton

Publisher: Journal

76 pages

Pictures: 37

Year: 2011

ISBN: 9789197887625

Price: 65

Comments: Hardcover, 23,8 x 29,0 x 1,5 cm, texts by Harald Gatu and Mark Morton, in English and Swedish,

The faces in this book belong to cool people who know something that the unwashed don’t know. The traditional, early style hot rod and custom attracts cool people, folks who will cluster, form packs and in some cases clubs, but not associations. Theirs is a closed society, not because of exclusionary rules, but because so few on the periphery have the unique collective exponents in art, mechanics and culture. Ehrling has pictured these hot rod/customs people in Sweden, USA and Germany from 2004 until 2010. 


A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Asphalt Telegraph

by Christer Ehrling


Photographs: Christer Ehrling

Text: Harald Gatu and Mark Morton

Publisher: Journal

76 pages

Pictures: 37

Year: 2011

ISBN: 9789197887625

Price: 65

Comments: Hardcover, 23,8 x 29,0 x 1,5 cm, texts by Harald Gatu and Mark Morton, in English and Swedish,

The faces in this book belong to cool people who know something that the unwashed don’t know. The traditional, early style hot rod and custom attracts cool people, folks who will cluster, form packs and in some cases clubs, but not associations. Theirs is a closed society, not because of exclusionary rules, but because so few on the periphery have the unique collective exponents in art, mechanics and culture. Ehrling has pictured these hot rod/customs people in Sweden, USA and Germany from 2004 until 2010. 


A collector's choice by josefchladek.com