A book of photographs by the people at Royal Mail
Published 2006 by the Royal Mail group, bought on Amazon / Top choice books, 76,39€
Tony Miles, Fakenham / Norfolk ; Dhiroo R Shah, Middlesex
Tony Miles, Fakenham / Norfolk
Dave Jones, Kingswinford, West Midlands
Peter Thomas, Cambridge ; Sherie Brinkley, Ipswich
Richard Calvert, Liverpool
Julian Munns, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire
Daphne Jenkins, Tresco, Isle of Scilly
Roger Jones, Tywyn, Gwynedd
Paul Hore, Todmorden, West Yorkshire
Gary Kinney, Glengormley, Co. Antrim
Natasha Rogers, Cookstown, Co. Tyrone ; Peter Ryan, Clitheroe, Lancashire
Tony Miles, Fakenham, Norfolk
Elizabeth Bell, Fionnphort, Isle of Mull
This book shows pictures of Jason Fulford’s archive, there are 8 chapters.
Love Fulford’s eye.
Looking at the pictures I was feeling some of them were taken in France, answer is at the end of the book, and yes ! I was right. A few of them in Paris, and one in Wimereux, for example. North of France, not the dream beach for most of the French people.
Published 2006, by Little More, bought 26 euros on The Book depository
Funny picture !
Of course I had heard about this work a long time ago, and I can’t remember where I recently read an article about it on the internet - which made me buy it.
I love it. Many funny pictures and or spreads, little things that happen in the streets, ad probable not see. I like the idea to use this format, like a mini photo album, full of snaps.
I love my hippo “mwah !”
Published 2006 by Nieves, $20
Published 2006 by Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design, bought 10,41€ though Amazon.de
I had wanted this book for a long time, but I’m quite disapointed. I love the pictures,I love the idea, but the design kills it. The book gets boring.
Published 2006, Ava publishing. I bought this one during a London trip, it was on sale (£15, I think)
(c) Aaron Siskind
It’s not my best book ever, but there are some usefull things in it, by photographer, by decades, and what’s to be / not to be done
I have always loved that picture, and Imogen Cunningham’s work.
I may need this kind of shelves within a few years