Photographer Bill Daniel has been documenting the skate, punk and graffiti culture since the early 1980s. And now, he has just launched Tri-X-Noise, a site where he is selling his hand made prints for decent prices. The prints include some of the first flicks he snapped at punk shows in Austin, and he claims that between 1980 and 1984, he shot "around 12,000 negatives of basically every punk band that was touring then" including Bad Brains, Dead kennedys, Black Flag, Misfits, Circle Jerks, Butthole Surfers and more. "Tri-X-Noise also includes the pictorial results of my 30-year love affair with graffiti, starting with the discovery that freight trains were, in fact, secret art galleries..." These are about a billion times cooler than some of the half-ass Hipstamatik prints flooding the web, no? Check out the prints here. [12ozProphet & Bill]