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  1. Why we love... TTP by Hayahisa Tomiyasu

    Why we love... TTP by Hayahisa Tomiyasu
    Every once in a while a book comes along that just makes me stop for a bit. Not just because the photography is so beautiful, but because this book is saying something completely new and unique. It has its own view on the world and I want to see more. TTP (Tischtennisplatte is German for table tennis table) is basically...
  2. Photobooks of the Year 2018 – Customer Recommendations

    We asked some of our regular customers to nominate their books of the year. The only title with more than one nomination was Michael Kenna's One Sunday in Beijing “My favourite book of the year was Michael Kenna’s One Day in Beijing. I’m a fan of his work, but in this book, instead of just being a collection of great...
  3. An Interview with Colin Wilkinson of Bluecoat Press

    Colin Wilkinson "I simply go with my gut feeling and hope that my intuition is shared by a wider public. I can only publish what I am enthused about."   What motivated you to set yourself up as a publisher? What aspects of your previous experience took you in this direction? In 1973, I founded the Open Eye project...
  4. Interview with Iain Sarjeant

    Interview with Iain Sarjeant
     "I want to make exciting contemporary photography accessible to as wide an audience as possible." Iain Sarjeant     What motivated you to set yourself up as a publisher? Well, to be honest I never really set out to be a publisher! About 5 years ago I set up an online blog (and now IG feed too) called Another Place...
  5. Some Thoughts from Stanley Barker

    "The only criteria we use to determine what we publish is that the work has to be excellent." What motivated you to set yourself/ves up as a publisher? We both studied photography at University and had both gone on to work for a print on demand publishing company, where we met. Most of our conversations whilst working together revolved around...
  6. Some Thoughts from The Velvet Cell

    "Each new book I make should be an extension of this conversation about the world that we are making for ourselves in recent decades. How do these places reflect us as a species and our inherent qualities?" — Éanna de Fréine

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