Published 2011 by Hard workers club, 8,35 euros
Back to the book.
Love this garden pictures, reminds me of my mother’s love for garden, and the time she spends in hers. It’s a passion she’s got from her mother, and share with her sisters.
Those pictures make me feel confortable. Like home.
That’s what gardens are made for. Feel confortable, home.
Snow in pictures. The strongest magnet to my eyes.
Self-published 2011, given for free in bookstores
Geoffroy kept all the envelops whith mistake on his name
I love the spreads, the choice of pictures are really great.
Published 2010 by Tosei-sha, bought at Schaden
Signed copy… always great
Here is the moon
Enlarged polaroids, no binding. The book is loose and the sequencing is up to the owner/ reader.
America is often shown as a welcoming land, especially with the use of the nostalgic warm happy polaroids. Here it is different. Pictures show the hardness of living in the US, cold, poor and difficult country.
Published 2011, this is the new project of Robert and Adam of Preston is my Paris
Published by b-b-b-books, 2011, 29 euros
KK + TF stands for Klara Källström and Thobias Fäldt
A box with…
… a newspaper inside
Pineapples in a photobook ? Yes.
Alec Soth got commissioned by the Festival to produce a work on the city of Rome. He has decided to remake the picture “An American girl in Roma” by Ruth Orkin.
And he added some pineapples.
This is a strange book. My first reading was not really positive, quite dubitative
But the more you look at the book, the more you like the work.
Published by Matsubara Shoji,but you can find it on Seiji Kumagai’s website
The smallest photobook I’ve ever seen. I needed my special assistant for the pictures.
Clic-clac kokak !?