Ray Gun didn’t just chronicle the 1990s indie music and cultural revolution, it was the revolution. Celebrating the magazine’s legendary graphic design and innumerable cultural contributions, this volume on “The Bible of Music and Style” features the legendary names in music and culture, many of which were first widely featured within its pages.
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Marvin Scott Jarrett
Marvin Scott Jarrett is a celebrated creative force in the worlds of publishing, photography, film and television. He started his career in media in the '90s with the launch of Ray Gun, a critically acclaimed, award-winning music and design magazine. He went on to create magazines for Time Warner and MTV Europe, and founded Nylon in 1999, which he built into a global media brand for the millennial generation distributed in over 30 countries. Jarrett was a pioneer in online video, launching NYLON TV in 2005 in addition to collaborations with YouTube, iTunes, Instagram, Nike and Urban Outfitters. Jarrett's photography has also earned kudos, having shot some top global talent, including musicians and actors Katy Perry, Lana Del Rey, Ewan McGregor and Jared Leto. Most recently, Jarrett founded Popular TV, a global digital and video platform for young millennial women.