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Eternal London is a beautiful Black & White series of images made in the streets of London by a stroller with a keen eye, that notices the light, the shapes, the contrasts and offers a rather romanticized sense of the city, with grainy images that are sometimes out of focus, but always working very well in their form of uncluttered simplicity.
56 pages - Hardcover, no DJ
dewi lewis publishing, 2014
Format : 22 x 27 cm
New - Mint condition
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