The Wonderful Rock ‘n’ Roll Photography of David Arnoff

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David Arnoff’s photography explores the inner emotions of some of the most legendary musicians during the post-punk era. While his images have previously appeared in a variety of publications, including NME, Melody Maker and more, he is now looking for a publisher to make his photos into a book. Looking at his body of work, it’s amazing that he hasn’t been published in book form already. We’ll certainly order a few copies when the book does get released. In the meanwhile, here are a few of our favorite rock and roll portraits taken by Arnoff.

Stiv Bators, 1980. Photo Credit: David Arnoff. [Spotted via Dangerous Minds]

Lydia Lunch, 1981. Photo Credit: David Arnoff

Joey Ramone, 1976. Photo Credit: David Arnoff

Deborah Harry, year unknown. Photo Credit: David Arnoff

Nick Cave, 1983. Photo Credit: David Arnoff

The Cramps, 1979. Photo Credit: David Arnoff

The Flesh Eaters, 1981. Photo Credit: David Arnoff

Jeffrey Lee Pierce, 1983. Photo Credit: David Arnoff

Bryan Gregory, 1981. Photo Credit: David Arnoff

Booji Boy, 1976. Photo Credit: David Arnoff