HOXTON MINI PRESS
Hoxton Mini Press is 5! Hoxton Mini Press is five years old and we’re as excited as a young child. We’re as enthusiastic as ever to produce beautiful photography books that appeal to everyone, not just stuffy art buyers, and at prices all people can afford. We bring energy and disruption to the market, if the occasional splash of spilt milk. In keeping with this we are thrilled to be publishing Paradise Street: The lost art of playing outside - photographs of children playing on British streets in an era when parents still trusted it was safe to do so. After the runaway success of our previous book The East End in Colour, this will be part of a new series called ‘Vintage Britain’ dedicated to nostagic documentary pictures taken in the UK. This year we are up for more awards to add to the others we have collected on the tiny wooden shelf under which our two dogs sit: we are nominated for two gongs at The British Book and Production Awards (we won last year for Best Series Design). As the world goes virtual we believe that the physical book is more important than ever. We love what we do, we hope you do too. Martin Usborne and Ann Waldvogel Founders, East London
May 2019 160pp, 250mm x 194mm Hardback, cloth spine £25 ISBN: 978-1-910566-50-3
Once Upon a Time in Brick Lane Paul Trevor Vintage photographs taken across 25 years in London’s East End that are full of surprise and humanity.
the 70s, 80s and 90s capture a lost era full of surprise, joy and humanity. This is street photography in the very best tradition of Cartier-Bresson.
One of the lesser-known though nevertheless brilliant members of British photography Paul Trevor has an impressive collection of documentary photos of this iconic corner of London. Brick Lane is, perhaps, one of the most photographed streets in the east, yet these elegant black and whites taken in
Paul Trevor’s photographs have been widely published in books, magazines, films and TV. His work is motivated by a keen social impulse and his personal projects include the Eastender Archive, which documents the changing community of Brick Lane, in the East London, over 25 years.
Portrait of Britain
with the British Journal of Photography
Exploring Britain’s identity at a time of national change: a book accompanying the UK’s biggest photo exhibition. Portrait of Britain is an annual photography exhibition showcasing 100 of the best portraits taken by top photographers throughout the country. The winning photographs, selected by the British Journal of Photography from an open-call competition, are displayed on digital billboard screens nationwide – in train stations, airports, shopping centres and on high streets – and are seen by over 10 million people. These images celebrate the diversity, culture and identity of Britain at a time of pivotal change. This book accompanies the 2018 exhibition and features 200 photographs, including the 100 winners, alongside personal quotes about each image. With an introduction by Will Self. The British Journal of Photography takes an international perspective on contemporary photography. Founded in 1854 , it is the world’s longest-running photography magazine.
September 2018 336pp, 199 x 151mm Hardback, cloth spine £20 ISBN: 978-1-910566-38-1
Urban Gypsies Paul Wenham-Clarke
A rare look inside a close-knit community of travellers living under the A40 flyover in London. This is Book 9 in the series ‘Tales from the City’. The Westway is, for most of us, a mundane and ugly slab of tarmac, a facilitator to get to a destination (it connects London to south England’s major motorways) – but for a group of travellers it’s the roof of their home. Paul Wenham-Clarke spent many months gaining the trust of the community’s leaders for unrivalled access to this otherwise secret world. His resulting portraits, taken at parties, weddings and in homes, are intimate, arresting and at times strangely comic. They reveal how strong and unique the identity of these people are, even when surrounded by the sweeping currents of London. Paul Wenham-Clarke has been a professional photographer for over 30 years, working for commercial and advertising clients, but now he focuses on documentary projects, many of which have won awards. He is also professor of photography at the Arts University Bournemouth.
May 2019 128pp, 222mm x 157mm Book 9: ‘Tales from the City’ Hardback, cloth spine £17.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-49-7
Miami Beach 1988-1995 Barry Lewis
Black and white photographs that capture the colourful characters of Miami Beach in the early 90s. Each Christmas between 1988 and 1995, photographer Barry Lewis travelled to South Beach, Miami, to trade the harsh London winter for a tropical paradise. There he photographed the diverse (and eccentric) people who made up the community: fashionistas, newly-arrived Cubans (following the Meriel exodus in 1980), Jewish retirees from New York, drag queens and the gay population who flocked to ultra-cool Ocean Drive for the party scene. Lewis’ images capture the vibrancy of an area coming back to life after years of crime, drugs and violence. The photos are accompanied by quotes from Lewis’ subjects. Barry Lewis is a London-based photographer and filmmaker. He has worked internationally for books and magazines from Life to National Geographic. As well as photo-journalism and portraiture, he has directed over 20 documentaries, commercials and art films. His work has been exhibited at the V&A, Museum of London and The Photographers’ Gallery.
April 2019 160pp, 210mm x 195mm Hardback, clothbound £25 ISBN: 978-1-910566-47-3
New Girl Order Iain Mckell
A fashion photographer has identified an emerging sub-culture in a band of female artists in North London. Photographer Iain McKell, well known for documenting new cultural trends and subcultures, befriended a tribe of young female artists and spent two years capturing their lives in and around a shared warehouse in Tottenham. His resulting photographs depict a hedonistic lifestyle of freedom and creative expression. Calling themselves ‘the sisterhood’, the characters McKell met together form a fierce army of women who are free from cultural restraints. Iain McKell is a British fashion, portrait and social documentary photographer with a particular interest in underground sub-societies, as seen in his previous book, The New Gypsies, published by Prestel in 2011. McKell’s work has been featured in Vogue Italia and i-D among others. This is his fourth photography book.
April 2019 128pp, 199mm x 151mm Hardback £14.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-48-0
March 2019 128pp, 156mm x 196mm Book 4: ‘Vintage Britain’ Hardback, cloth spine £16.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-46-6
Paradise Street The lost art of playing outside Nostalgic photographs that celebrate the lost freedom of children playing on the street. This is Book 4 in the series ‘Vintage Britain’. Half a century ago, ‘playing out’ was expected of British kids who came together, in all weathers, to run, jump, skip, swing, kick, fight and climb – usually unsupervised. With growing fears over children’s vulnerability in modern society much of this has been lost. Paradise Street brings together the work of seven photographers including Shirley Baker,
Martin O’Neill and Paul Kaye, most who lived and worked among the people they photographed. Spanning the early 30s to the late 1970s, these black-and-white images are a celebration of community, trust and friendship, showing how attitudes towards children’s safety have shifted over the 20th century. Photographers: Shirley Baker, Paul Kaye, Robin Dale, John Gay, Henry Grant and David Lewis Hodgson. All images are from the archives of Mary Evans Picture Library.
London’s Square Mile A Secret City Polly Braden & David Kynaston
Street photographs that capture the strange but influential heart of London’s historic financial district. This is Book 8 in the series ‘Tales from the City’ London’s Square Mile – also known as the City of London – is both well-known and little known. Millions pass through or work within its winding alleyways and cobbled passages but few are truly aware of its vast power and significance. The City is a self-contained kingdom at the core of global finance, one so important it boasts its own Lord Mayor and police force. Its history is rich and complex with repercussions that are all too real today. Together with text written by world-renowned historian David Kynaston, these ethereal photographs of people captured amongst imposing architecture begin to decode one of the most influential and cryptic parts of London. Polly Braden is a British documentary photographer who explores the relationship between everyday life, work, leisure and economics. This is her fourth photography book. David Kynaston is an esteemed historian who has written over 18 books, including the acclaimed four-volume The City of London (1994–2001).
February 2019 128pp, 222mm x 157mm Book 8: ‘Tales from the City’ Hardback, cloth spine £17.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-44-2
East London2 An opinionated guide Sonya Barber
The new-and-improved guide to the best of East London – according to Hoxton Mini Press. We, Hoxton Mini Press, have made a name for ourselves as a publisher dedicated to celebrating the creative and colourful character of East London. This is the second edition of our unashamedly biased, deeply opinionated (and very popular) guide to the area. With 20 new suggestions of where to eat, sleep, shop and drink this pocket-sized companion is the ultimate guide to the ever-changing face of East London, filled with beautiful photography, pithy reviews and a neighbourhood map showing where each place is located. It’s a must for East London locals and visitors alike. Text by Sonya Barber, a freelance writer and former news and events editor at Time Out London. Sonya wrote the first edition of our guide. Photography by Charlotte Schreiber, a German fashion and editorial photographer. This is her third book with Hoxton Mini Press, having photographed the first edition as well as our coffee table book, Makers of East London.
February 2019 144pp, 162mm x 112mm Paperback £9.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-45-9
October 2018 80pp, 156mm x 196mm Book 3: ‘Vintage Britain’ Hardback, cloth spine £14.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-40-4
Dog Show 1961-1978 Shirley Baker
Vintage photographs of British dog shows back when the humans’ hairstyles were just as groomed. This is Book 3 in the series ‘Vintage Britain’. These playful photographs capture the quirkiness of owners and their canine companions at one of the most quintessentially British events: the dog show. From Pekingese to Poodles, Beagles to
Bulldogs, these images highlight not just the best in show but the eccentricity of the British obsession for dogs. They reveal how nothing has really changed besides the owners’ primped hairdos and their dated clothing; the dogs are timeless. Shirley Baker (1932 – 2014) was a British documentary and street photographer. She grew up in Manchester and had an extensive career in photography, exhibiting her work in galleries across Europe.
The Crash Stephen McLaren
Ten years since the financial crash, these searing street photographs cast a critical eye over the heart of London. Book 14 in our ‘East London Photo Stories’ series. Published to mark the 10th anniversary of the 2008 global financial crisis, these photographs capture surreal and tense times on the streets of the City of London, the heart of the world economy. Shooting during the crash and its aftermath, McLaren documents a city in flux as a tumultuous sequence of events rolls through the Square Mile: bail-outs, job losses, anti-capitalist protests, a recession, and after a few years, the controversial re-starting of bonuses. This visual record of those uncertain times is characterised by the photographer’s sharp and satirical eye. Stephen McLaren is a photographer, writer and curator specialising in street photography. Scottish born but based in Los Angeles, McLaren has exhibited his own work numerous times in the UK and has curated exhibitions in LA and San Francisco.
September 2018 112pp, 199mm x 139mm Book 14: ‘East London photo stories’ Hardback, cloth spine £14.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-37-4
October 2018 96pp, 163mm x 210mm Hardback, clothbound £16.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-43-5
Peter Zelewski Powerful portraits of identical twins reveal unnerving similarities, subtle differences and unbreakable bonds. Award-winning photographer Peter Zelewski has spent the last four years capturing the faces and stories of identical twins. Some inexplicably lost their hearing at the exact same time, others unlock each others’phones with their indistinguishable
fingerprints, but perhaps more surprisingly, some don’t get on. Appearing alongside personal quotes, Zelewski’s portraits tap into one of the most fascinating of all human relationships. Peter Zelewski is an American-born, London-based photographer well known for his contemporary street portraiture. His unique style has earned him a place in numerous publications and his work has been shown at the National Portrait Gallery.
Bored Tourists Laurence Stephens
A playful look at the disappointment of being a tourist on a banal holiday. Bored Tourists explores the phenomenon of travelling to a foreign country with every intention of being inspired by it, only to be left feeling bemused, disappointed, bored or half asleep. Taken in Spain and Portugal, and shot in square format as a subtle nod to our current ‘Instagram generation’, these amusing images present an unforgiving vision of the tourist experience. Warning: this book contains a lot of selfie sticks. Laurence Stephens is a British documentary photographer. He is inspired by colour photographers of the 1980s, and uses flash and saturated colours to enhance the comedic quality of his images. Stephens has a degree in documentary photography and focuses his time on projects in the UK and abroad.
August 2018 112pp, 162mm x 127m Paperback £9.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-36-7
Berlin Nights Christian Reister
Intense, other-worldly and sensual images of one of Europe’s most iconic cities taken after hours. This is Book 7 in our ‘Tales from the City’ series. Christian Reister’s black-and-white photographs capture the surreal, theatening and ethereal character of Berlin at night. As an insider, the German photographer scans the city for unstaged, unexpected moments and seeks out the strange night-time energy of a place and its people. See Berlin as it comes alive after dark and get lost in the underground scene of Europe’s most exciting city for alternative nightlife. Christian Reister has been living and working in Berlin for almost 20 years. The city and its inhabitants are the main inspiration for his photographic work which sits somewhere between documentary, street and portrait photography.
November 2018 128pp, 222mm x 157mm Book 7: ‘Tales from the City’ Hardback, cloth spine £17.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-41-1
East London Photo Stories One neighbourhood, 14 photographers
A collection of photographs from our first 13 books about East London, in celebration of our fifth anniversary. To mark Hoxton Mini Press turning five years old, we are publishing a compilation book containing work from our much-loved series ‘East London Photo Stories’. Appearing alongside new text and maps of East London this will be an edit of images from each project showing a different aspect of East London’s colourful character - from its eccentric Hackney inhabitants and famous flower markets to its wild nightlife and tranquil waterways. This book takes the viewer on a visual journey through the heart of East London, the place where Hoxton Mini Press began. Featuring work by Zed Nelson, Madeleine Waller, Nick Turpin, David Campany & Polly Braden, Martin Usborne and many more. Text by Rachel Segal Hamilton.
November 2018 320pp, 199mm x 139mm Hardback, cloth spine £19.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-42-8
October 2018 192pp, 156mm x 196mm Book 2: ‘Vintage Britain’ Hardback, cloth spine £17.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-39-8
The Isle of Dogs Before the Big Money Mike Seaborne
This is Book 2 in the series ‘Vintage Britain’.
His black-and-white photographs reveal an eerily desolate landscape which would soon be home to financial heavyweights and epic skyscapers like Canary Wharf. They show an area of East London now almost beyond recognition, just before the money moved in.
When Mike Seaborne began photographing the Isle of Dogs in the early ’80s he was struck by how it retained its traditional industrial character, despite the effects of Thatcher’s reign.
Mike Seaborne has been photographing London since 1979. He was Senior Curator of Photographs at the Museum of London until 2011 and now focuses on personal photographic projects.
A rare documentation of London’s docklands at a time just before the financial transformation.
East London Photo Stories A collectable series of photographic stories about London’s most colourful area.
Book 1: I’ve Lived in East London for 861/2 Years Martin Usborne Rights sold: Korean - KL publishing
Joseph Markovitch left London only once to go to the seaside with his mother. He loved Nicolas Cage, took five sugars in his tea, and would have married a six-foot-two Hispanic woman but in the end had such bad chest catarrh he never had a girlfriend. Nov 2013 96pp, 199mm x 139mm Hardback, cloth spine £12.95 ISBN: 978-0-9576998-0-9
Book 2: East London Swimmers
Book 3: A Portrait of Hackney
Rights sold: Korean - A Certain Book
Zed Nelson is an internationally acclaimed photographer who has lived in Hackney all his life. In his youth Hackney was a place to get away from but today he has fallen back in love with the area. This book is about the confusion of cultures, clash of identities and the beauty and ugliness that co-exist in the borough today.
Madeleine Waller’s portraits of swimmers – both dressed and in their swimsuits – are set against personal stories that reveal the inner life of people who escape the city to swim in all conditions. Apr 2014 96pp, 199mm x 139mm
Hardback, cloth spine
96pp, 199mm x 139mm
Hardback, cloth spine
£12.95 ISBN: 978-0-9576998-3-0
Book 4: Shoreditch Wild Life Dougie Wallace
Book 5: One Day Young Jenny Lewis Rights sold: Korean - A Certain Book
This book captures the best (and worst) of life in modern Shoreditch, East London’s most vibrant neighbourhood. Dougie Wallace is your guide – a street photographer known for portraying the excess, humour and colour of everyday life.
Jenny Lewis’ portraits of women and their newborns – all taken within 24 hours of birth – offer a rare glimpse into the beating heart of family life and celebrate the intimacy, joy and resilience of new motherhood.
Oct 2014 160pp, 199mm x 139mm Hardback, cloth spine £14 ISBN: 978-0-9576998-4-7
Mar 2015 112pp, 199mm x 139mm Hardback, cloth spine £12.95 ISBN: 978-0-9576998-8-5
Book 6: Drivers in the 1980s Chris Dorley-Brown Chris Dorley-Brown spent two summers in the mid 1980s photographing drivers stuck in traffic jams in and around East London. The cars, colours, haircuts and expressions (often of frustration) capture a unique period during Thatcher’s Britain.
Book 7: Columbia Road Johanna Neurath Columbia Road is the home to London’s most iconic flower market. Come closing time, Johanna Neurath turns her lens to what is left behind – the discarded flowers, the used packaging, the buckets of water – reminding us that there is poetry to be found in the places we often ignore. Jun 2015
96pp, 199mm x 139mm
96pp, 199mm x 139mm
Hardback, cloth spine
Hardback, cloth spine
Book 8: Lost in the City
Book 9: Hackney by Night
Nicholas Sack’s black and white photographs of office workers in London streets capture an unsettling tension between solitary figures and the imposing architecture of a modern city.
David George’s photographs of Hackney by night reveal urban landscapes of eerie stillness but also unexpected beauty. Here is the London that we miss when we sleep. The images are accompanied by a short story by Karen Falconer.
With an introduction by Iain Sinclair. Nov 2015 96pp, 199mm x 139mm Hardback, cloth spine £12.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-03-9
Nov 2015 80pp, 199mm x 139mm Hardback, cloth spine £12.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-04-6
Book 10: Sunday Football
Book 11: Along the Hackney Canal
This is a love letter to Sunday league football. The photographs and quotes, captured on Hackney Marshes, reveal the comradery, passion and broken bones of those that brave hangovers to play the beautiful (and very muddy) game.
Freya Najade’s photographs take us on a slow journey along the waterways of East London, from the Regent’s Canal to the River Lea, discovering unexpected beauty and wilderness in the heart of the city. Sept 2016
96pp, 199mm x 139mm
128pp, 199mm x 139mm
Hardback, cloth spine
Hardback, cloth spine
Book 12: Adventures in the Lea Valley
Book 13: Dalston in the 80s
David Campany & Polly Braden
Before the arrival of the 2012 Olympic Games, the Lea Valley was East London’s secret retreat. Polly Braden and David Campany documented its strange, gently surreal beauty, before it was transformed forever.
Anarchists and fascists, yuppies and Rambos, eels and mash. Dalston in the 80s was a world apart from the New York fashion scene – but when Andrew Holligan made the unexpected move there, he found a humanity on the streets that changed him and his art forever.
Nov 2016 112pp, 199mm x 139mm Hardback, cloth spine £14.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-12-1
Mar 2017 96pp, 199mm x 139mm Hardback, cloth spine £14.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-18-3
Tales from the City Photographic stories about urban life: London and beyond.
Book 1: People of London Peter Zelewski Motivated by a love of London and its people, Peter Zelewski spent over five years taking photographs of strangers throughout the city. This collection of 100 powerful portraits, accompanied by intimate quotes, is a celebration of the diversity and spirit of one of the world’s most dynamic cities. Oct 2016 160pp, 222mm x 157mm Hardback, cloth spine £17.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-15-2
Book 2: On the Night Bus Nick Turpin Acclaimed street photographer Nick Turpin has captured painterly portraits of London commuters on buses at night. The images, shot through the windows during the winter months, show passengers in various states of slumber, conversation or thought.
Book 3: London Youth Julian Mährlein After the London 2011 riots, young photographer Julian Mährlein set out to capture the faces and voices of inner-city teenagers. The resulting portraits, shot on the streets with natural light, reveal the surprisingly tender side of a generation so often misrepresented and which faces a world in profound flux.
With a foreword by Will Self.
Apr 2017 128pp, 222mm x 157mm
Nov 2016 92pp, 222mm x 157mm Hardback, cloth spine £16.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-16-9
Hardback, cloth spine £17.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-20-6
Book 4: Urban Dirt Bikers
Book 5: New York Waterways
Whatever their ride – dirt bikes, quads, mopeds – tearing up tarmac and pulling stunts on industrial estates or city streets is self-expression. In the face of the law and hostile public, they are united by a passion and a way of life that few outsiders appreciate. Acclaimed photographer Spencer Murphy lifts the lid on London’s most misunderstood subculture, capturing the style and attitude of a movement that is life or death for its followers.
New York City is defined by water, yet many of its shorelines are largely unknown. These lyrical photographs, inspired by a Walt Whitman poem, take us on a seasonal journey past sheltered bays, under great bridges and over deep rivers to give us a moving perspective on a megacity we thought we knew so well.
May 2017 128pp, 222mm x 157mm Hardback, cloth spine £17.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-21-3
With a 16pp Walt Whitman poetry booklet. Nov 2017 128pp, 222mm x 157mm Hardback, cloth spine £17.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-27-5
Book 6: Botanical Samuel Zeller From Paris to Prague, from Glasgow to Geneva, photographer Samuel Zeller captures the strange beauty of exotic plants seen through the dappled glass of greenhouses. These images reveal a rare serenity found in the heart of each city. Apr 2018 144pp, 222mm x 157mm Hardback, cloth back and spine ÂŁ16.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-33-6
The Corners Chris Dorley-Brown These hyperreal photographs of East London street corners are a unique documentation of an ever-changing landscape. Using multiple exposures, Chris Dorley-Brown plays out different narratives simultaneously, creating dream-like scenes that lie somewhere between fiction and reality. May 2018 96pp, 237mm x 285mm Hardback Cloth back and spine ÂŁ30 ISBN: 978-1-910566-32-9
The East End in Colour 1960-1980 David Granick These previously unpublished photographs by David Granick capture the streets and waterways of London’s East End in the warm hues of Kodachrome film. Journey back in time to a place now long vanished. One of our best-selling books. Feb 2018 144pp, 156mm x 196mm Hardback, cloth spine £16.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-31-2
Sisters Sophie Harris-Taylor Rights sold: Korean - A Certain Book
Few relationships are as deep or as complex as those between sisters. These tender portraits of over 100 sisters combined with short interviews reveal the jealousies, fears, love and laughter that can co-exist at the heart of this most intimate of bonds. Nov 2017 112pp, 199mm x 151mm Cloth hardback £14.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-28-2
Anna Sparham/Museum of London
Christina Hopkinson & Rick Pushinsky
This collection of historic and contemporary images features work from over 60 photographers who reveal the city after hours: unnerving, beautiful, eerie, energised – sometimes all at once. Step into the night and discover a darker, richer side to the capital. May 2018 208pp, 222mm x 167mm Hardback, cloth spine £19.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-34-3
Here are the stories from 30 of the most creative London startups. From King’s Cross to New Cross, from digital apps to distilleries, these small businesses have big ambitions to change the way we eat, shop, play and view the world. This book is an inspirational guide for anyone dreaming of starting their own business, whether it be in London or beyond. Apr 2018 256pp, 261mm x 202mm Hardback, cloth spine £28 ISBN: 978-1-910566-30-5
Rachel Segal Hamilton
Lani Kingston & David Post
London is one of the world’s most photographed cities, so you might think there’s nothing left to see. But you’d be wrong. Through the eyes of 24 contemporary photographers you can venture along hidden canals, around notorious housing estates, through surreal street scenes and deep underground. This is London as it is today, and as you’ve never seen it before.
It’s no secret that London is addicted to coffee, but what is often forgotten is that the city has a rich history of coffeehouses going back to the 1650s. This book, written by bestselling author Lani Kingston with photography by David Post, tells the stories of the most inspirational modern day artisans, roasters, growers, innovators and entrepreneurs who make London, once again, a world capital of coffee.
Oct 2017 288pp, 248mm x 192mm
Hardback, black foil
256pp, 228mm x 273mm
Hardback, black foil
£20 ISBN: 978-1-910566-25-1
East London: An opinionated guide Sonya Barber This is an unashamedly biased guide to Hackney and beyond, outrageously skewed to our book-loving, galleryvisiting, food-munching tastes. Featuring beautiful photography and understated design, this guide book is small but perfectly formed, with over 50 suggestions for where to eat, sleep, shop and drink. May 2017 128pp, 112mm x 162mm Paperback, black foil ÂŁ9.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-22-0
Hackney Studios Jenny Lewis Hackney, East London, is well known for its vibrant creative community. Photographer Jenny Lewis takes us behind studio doors to explore the minds and spaces of a tribe of artists who have defined the area but now risk losing their studios through rapid gentrification. Mar 2017 112pp, 226mm x 271mm Hardback ÂŁ20 ISBN: 978-1-910566-13-8
East London Food
Badly Repaired Cars
Rosie Birkett & Helen Cathcart
East London has become the most exciting place to eat in the UK. Home to a vibrant and diverse community, it has attracted a wave of gastronomic talent, including top chefs, young producers and bold entrepreneurs. This book, written by Rosie Birkett with photography by Helen Cathcart, follows 40 people at the heart of a culinary phenomenon: from Michelin-starred chefs and specialist butchers to foragers and beekeepers.
These colourful close-ups of cars held together by tape and string show the best (or worst) in auto DIY and elevate broken Bentleys and bashed bonnets into something akin to abstract art.
Apr 2016 304pp, 261mm x 202mm Hardback, copper foil ÂŁ28 ISBN: 978-1-910566-05-3
May 2016 72pp, 141mm x 179mm Hardback ÂŁ12.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-08-4
Hand Jobs: Life as a Hand Model Oli Kellett & Alex Holder These hand models are the stars of the biggest advertising campaigns around, but you’ve never seen their faces... until now. 24 portraits, 24 ways to peel a banana. May 2016 88pp, 141mm x 179mm Hardback £12.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-07-7
Bubblegum Emily Stein Emily Stein’s photographs of children blowing bubblegum on beaches around the world are a portrait of the freedom, innocence and joy of youth. May 2016 102pp, 141mm x 179mm Hardback £12.95 ISBN: 978-1-910566-06-0
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