kg zine glasgow skatepark photographs skating
Colin Young / Colin Young
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kg zine glasgow skatepark photographs skating
Colin Young / Colin Young
kg zine glasgow skatepark photographs skating
Colin Young / Colin Young
kg zine glasgow skatepark photographs skating
Colin Young / Colin Young
kg zine glasgow skatepark photographs skating
Colin Young / Colin Young
kg zine glasgow skatepark photographs skating
Colin Young / Colin Young
kg zine glasgow skatepark photographs skating
Colin Young / Colin Young
kg zine glasgow skatepark photographs skating
Colin Young / Colin Young
kg zine glasgow skatepark photographs skating
Colin Young / Colin Young
kg zine glasgow skatepark photographs skating
Colin Young / Colin Young
kg zine glasgow skatepark photographs skating
Colin Young / Colin Young
kg zine glasgow skatepark photographs skating
Colin Young / Colin Young
kg zine glasgow skatepark photographs skating
Colin Young / Colin Young
kg zine glasgow skatepark photographs skating
Colin Young / Colin Young
kg zine glasgow skatepark photographs skating
Colin Young / Colin Young
kg zine glasgow skatepark photographs skating
Colin Young / Colin Young
kg zine glasgow skatepark photographs skating
Colin Young / Colin Young

KG is a new zine by Glasgow, Scotland-based photographer and skater Colin Young, chronicling the happenings at Kelvingrove Skatepark between 2011 and 2018.

The zine is a snapshot into the lives of the skaters who call Kelvingrove home. The images in the zine focus mostly on their style and the sense of community felt among the skaters.

Speaking to Highsnobiety, Young says, “I’ve been coming to Kelvingrove since it opened in 2004 but never considered myself a local until I moved to Glasgow in 2010. I started taking photographs around this time as well and naturally started documenting the daily goings-on at the skatepark and the people that skated there.

“I continued to take photographs and eventually decided to make this zine with the hope it would give outsiders an insight into daily Kelvingrove life and, more importantly, I hope it provides my friends something they can look back on in the future to remind them of all the good times we’ve had at KG.”

The zine is A5 with 52 pages of full-color photographs printed on 150gsm paper. KG is available through Young’s webstore for £7 (approximately $10) and each copy is hand-numbered and comes with a sticker of the cover image.

Flip through some of the images above and click the link above to buy.

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