Very excited to be working on a trade edition and pseudo-sequel to Blisner, Ill., titled Blisner, IL. Out by the end of the year by the talented young publishers at fourteen-nineteen.
We’re making a book with Daniel!
I had the pleasure of shooting Masumi Rioja, partner of the late Gigi and an enthusiast behind the last journeys of mister Giannuzzi, for PIG Quarterly.
I did not know Gigi personally, but as someone working in the world of photography and publishing in London I can see his influence on many, and the gap that his absence has left.
Some kind words about Gigi by Broomberg & Chanarin here. RIP
Bold Tendencies have announced today the exciting plans to transform their multistory carpark home into a permanent arts centre. You can read more here (and look at an awkward photo that I am in).
Also check out their Kickstarter campaign for this year, plus Peckham Complex - an independent report discussing the area.
Today, the 12th May, is Mass Observation day.
“In 1937 Mass Observation called for people from all parts of the UK to record everything they did from when they woke up in the morning to when they went to sleep at night on 12th May. This was the day of George VI’s Coronation. The resulting diaries provide a wonderful glimpse into the everyday lives of people across Britain, and have become an invaluable resource for those researching countless aspects of the era.”
Mass Observation are repeating this call for diaries today, to be archived alongside the original 1937 documents.
To participate, click here.
(Source: lewischaplin, via lewischaplindiary)
We are pleased to release our newest title - Place And by Suzanna Zak.
Available to buy now!
Me and Suz worked long and hard on this one, a truly collaborative effort that I’m very pleased with. Check it out!
I have got into a habit of stealing half-shot rolls of film from inside old cameras in shops and markets. Two recent finds.
This was taken outside the Pioneer Centre, one of my favourite buildings in London. It housed the Peckham Experiment, a revolutionary social healthcare project that was critical to the invention of the NHS. You can find out more here: http://thephf.org/
BRICKHOUSE flyer for our event with them this weekend in Stroud.