That Todd Selby character has made a name for himself by getting into places (mostly the homes of fiercely creative folks) that most other’s couldn’t. We’ve seen him film, photograph and sketch the great and the good of the fashion, design and art industry for over four years now and we’re still lapping it up. But Todd’s about to change up his game a little and release a book that deals with a different kind of creativity – the culinary kind.
The Edible Selby maintains the same premise as his previous work but this time throws recipes and food photography into the mix, creating a kind of cookbook-cum-lifestyle journal publication, the likes of which we’ve never seen. Being partial to a little home cookery and big fans of nosing around other people’s personal space we’re pretty darn excited to get hold of this new volume, and we’ve got nothing but love for Todd’s ability to keep his practice fresh and exciting. Excellent stuff!
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