WHITE TRASH the book
Christopher Makos creates classics. That's the easiest way to put it. The photographer's works have been found in prestigious museums, displayed in the most sought-after private collections (think Gianni Versace and Malcolm Forbes) and in the pages of books that always stay at the very top of coffee table piles. In 1977, Makos' White Trash was published and it established him as the pioneer in capturing the emerging punk scene. The gem of a book became instantly loved by all who flipped through its pages, and eventually sold for $500 online.