This is a Limited Edition Moving Poster of blink-182, featuring photographs captured by Kevin Estrada.
Notes from the Photographer... "Their album Dude Ranch was climbing the charts, Travis had just joined the band a few months before, the band was super buzzing! I remember the guys had such fun energy and we connected right away and ripped through the shoot. I asked Mark to dig in his wallet and pull out some of that cash that was flying in - Capitalism ain't bad."
Artist Bio Kevin Estrada is an award winning rock and roll photographer, short film director, and music video director. He grew up in Southern California in the 1980’s during the legendary Sunset Strip Music Scene and the height of Heavy Metal Music.
As a teen, all of Kevin’s friends wanted to be just like their hometown hero, Eddie Van Halen, but Kevin dreamt of being the guy who photographed artists like Eddie Van Halen. Kevin focused on perfecting his arts and talents behind the camera, smuggling his trusty Canon AE1 into as many big rock shows as he could that rolled through the Southern California area.
Estrada began his career by selling his photos out of his locker at school to his classmates and to music fans standing in line while waiting to enter concert venues. Kevin knocked on any and every door that might help him capture his dream. Eventually, his photos landed on the desks of CREEM Magazine. Kevin soon became the youngest photographer ever to shoot for the legendary rock magazine.
One summer, Estrada’s dream continued to materialize when he photographed a young, unknown band named Nirvana - catapulting Kevin’s career, sending him to the big leagues and igniting his career as a music photographer.
Kevin has likely snapped over a million rock photos and is still shooting. His images have appeared in hundreds of publications, posters, books and recordings around the world. Kevin is excited and honored to be working with Infinite Objects, re-imagining his images like never before.
Edition Edition of 500
Loop Duration 04m 00s
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