It’s hard to resist the charms of a small independent company who have a firm grasp on their craft and Jane & Jeremy, a South London based studio who publish the work of their favourite upcoming and established creatives, are a perfect example.
To celebrate the onset of autumn they have just released three new upcoming titles – No Cliché by Pascal Greco, Kilburn Cherry by Enda Bowe and Dreamlands Wastelands by Rhiannon Adam – and we’ve got a peek at the first of the three to whet your appetite. The book includes 20 polaroid photographs taken by Swiss photographer Pascal Greco on a recent trip to Iceland, giving an alternative and distinctly cliché-free perspective on the well-photographed landscape. Presented in a beautiful hand-sewn publication, Pascal and Jane & Jeremy are a perfect creative collaboration. One for the wishlist.
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