The first authorized visual record of one of New York’s greatest bands.
An intimate and impressionistic narrative of The Strokes’ first ten years, including images of the guys when they were students at the Dwight School in Manhattan and would gather for lunches at their local diner. This is a peerless window into the group through the lens of a close friend who was there before it even began.
Handsomely housed in an exceptional package that combines premium art paper for the photography and a textured stock for the text sections, including a special dust jacket design, the book features hundreds of color and black and white images of the band in public and in private. A truly personal look at the rise of The Strokes—one of the biggest and most enduring bands in the world.
“Cody’s been with us since the very beginning—always a motivator, forever a friend. Along the way he captured some very special moments. I didn’t even know he’d brought along his camera.” —Nick Valensi
“This book is brimming with nostalgia. It feels like the scrapbook we never made.” —Fabrizio Moretti
“My friend Cody has photographed The Strokes since the very beginning and has built a varied and substantial collection, probably the most definitive out there.” —Mick Rock