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jackass: 10 Years of Stupid

Edited by Sean Cliver

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Edited by Sean Cliver

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Photography / Celebrity
Hardcover
9.375 x 10.75 inches
224 pages
Over 200 four-color and black-and-white photographs
978-1-57687-555-1

Edited by Sean Cliver

OUT OF STOCK

Photography / Celebrity
Hardcover
9.375 x 10.75 inches
224 pages
Over 200 four-color and black-and-white photographs
978-1-57687-555-1

On this, the auspicious 10th anniversary of jackass, this deluxe, hardcover photo book will celebrate and commemorate this iconic crew for lasting so long in this “here-today-gone-tomorrow” world of entertainment pop culture. The book will not only span the 10 years of jackass, but will also include the Big Brother magazine days that came before and ultimately gave birth to the franchise on MTV, as well as a few of the other entertainment projects between, i.e. Viva La Bam, Wildboyz, and Nitro Circus.

Reaching deep into the archives, the book will feature reproductions of Big Brother covers featuring Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Wee-Man, and Steve-O; subscription ads featuring Knoxville, Chris Pontius, and Wee-Man; skateboard shots of Bam, Pontius, and Wee-Man (possibly Dave England, too); Knoxville’s original “Self-Defense Test” article; random Steve-O and Knoxville stunt photos; and various stupid/embarrassing images of the staff.

Thereafter it will be a treasure trove of the most memorable and never-before-seen (deemed too controversial for television) images of the jackass stars doing what they do best. Not just a great gift for Jackass fans, a truly remarkable document that will be as mesmerizing as it is shocking.

Sean Cliver, a former native of Wisconsin, started out in the graphic arts profession, designing skateboard graphics for companies such as Powell-Peralta, World Industries, Blind, 101, Birdhouse, and Hook-Ups, but eventually sidetracked into the writing trade with the formation of Big Brother skateboard magazine in 1992. During his tenure on the magazine staff, he was one of the core individuals responsible for the creation and production of the Big Brother skateboard video series, the more absurd aspects of which eventually led to the creation of jackass on MTV in 2000. Under a variety of nebulous “producer” titles, Sean worked on the television series, as well as both jackass films and the Wildboyz television series. In addition to his Hollywood production work, he’s authored and compiled jackass the Movie: The Official Companion Book (2002), Disposable: A History of Skateboard Art (2004), and The Disposable Skateboard Bible (2009). He’s currently involved in the production of jackass 3D.

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