"Once you leave, you can never go home": Selections of Documentary Photography From Nighted Life 11

November 09, 2017

The Bay Area based mega-zine Nighted Life just released Nighted Life 11, their latest collection of documentary photography. Limited to 500 copies, this issue features 56 perfect bound pages of film photography and writing from nine contributors, including Matt Van Anderson, Miranda Barnes and David Root. The theme of the issue is "Once you leave, you can never go home". 

In this issue:

Bomb Squad Boys by Nolan Price: A ride-along with New Jersey’s finest bike lifers
Slaughterhouse by Miranda Barnes & William Foster: Walking through a Brooklyn poultry shop
The Delta by Lance Cozzens: Road tripping through the Mississippi Delta
The Cow Palace by Dom Butler: A stack of snapshots from 90’s Bay Area lowrider shows
Sturgis 77 by Danica Von Hartwig: The largest motorcycle rally in North America, held every summer in South Dakota
Passengers by David Root: The daily commute home on BART
Defining Signs in America by Clark Allen: A collection of delusional signs from across the United States
Folsom East by Matt Van Anderson: Exploring a fetish/ kink street fest in NYC