Slipknot percussionist Shawn "Clown" Crahan reveals that he had a unique process for creating his recently-released book of experimental photography using Polaroid cameras, titled The Apocalyptic Nightmare Journey.
"These Polaroids have been subjected to urine, microwaves, staying outside for a week, ripped in half, sent away in the mail and sent back," Crahan tells Rolling Stone. "Anything I could think of I've done."
In addition to seeing candid shots of Crahan’s friends, family and Slipknot bandmates in the book, it will also give fans a rare glimpse inside his mind. "This is my subconscious in a tangible form -- you can taste it, you can smell it," explains Crahan. "I live in my own imagination. This book will prove that to you."
Crahan is currently trekking across North America promoting The Apocalyptic Nightmare Journey in bookstores until the end of the month. Visit Slipknot.com for more information.
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