1 edition of Humans of London found in the catalog.
Humans of London
Written in English
A magical collection of photographs from the busy, ever-changing streets of London. Cathy Teesdale has made it her personal mission to document life on the streets of the UK"s capital city. Armed with only a camera, she ventures out and captures extraordinary images of her fellow humans of every possible variety, and together with fascinating anecdotes and details brings each portrait vividly to life. Humans of London is an extraordinary celebration of humanity and everyday life in this vibrant city.
|LC Classifications||DA684.25 .T44 2016|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
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Humans of London. A magical collection of photographs and stories from the iconic streets of London. Capturing the inspiring, the moving, the surreal and the everyday, Cathy Teesdale has made it her mission to celebrate the extraordinary diversity of life found in London/5(10).
Excellent book, a clever idea and so interesting to read the stories and experiences Humans of London book a wide range of people who live in London.
The photos are great too. Bought one for my Grandad and he couldn't put it down, he loved it/5(1). Cathy Teesdale is a photographer, writer and editor who has lived in London for nearly three decades. The past three years of working on the Humans of London project – connecting with and recording so many of the wonderfully diverse range of people to be found within its square miles – has made her fall in love with its phenomenal heart.
Capturing the inspiring, the moving, the surreal and the everyday, Cathy Teesdale has made it her mission to celebrate the extraordinary diversity of life found in London.
Presenting over photographs, she introduces us to the real people of London, their hopes, philosophies, troubles and. Humans of London by Cathy Teesdale,download free ebooks, Download free PDF EPUB ebook.
Humans of London is a vibrant celebration of humanity and everyday life in this incredibly multicultural and multi-faceted capital city. About the Author Cathy photographs and interviews people she meets for her Humans of Greater London project/5(25).
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He used his experiences around the world to write about struggles of humans against the brutalities of nature. His series of short stories about life in the Yukon were collected into a book called Son of the Wolf, published in