London: A Modern City In Photographs – signed book
A paperback photo book, featuring 126 of my favourite images of the city of London. An ideal gift for those who love London, and inspiration for photographers travelling there.
London: A Modern City In Photographs is my second book, featuring 126 of my favourite images of the London showcasing my photographic interpretations of a city dear to my heart. Shot over the course of 15 months, commuting at weekends from my home 200 miles away in west Wales.
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From the publisher
London has been transformed in the last two or three decades since the 1990s. Large areas have been rebuilt and regenerated and exciting new buildings have reshaped London’s skyline. Many of the modern high-rise buildings have quickly become synonymous with London, with popular names that reflect their bold design – the Shard, the Gherkin, the Walkie-Talkie.
Alongside these new office buildings and residential developments are other landmark buildings celebrating arts, sports and entertainment, such as Tate Modern, the O2 Arena built for the Millennium celebrations and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Large areas of East London and the Docklands have been redeveloped, as well as more everyday buildings throughout the capital, with new and rebuilt mainline and Underground railway stations, museums, sporting venues, urban spaces and housing.
In this book photographer Mathew Browne celebrates this new face of London in a collection of stunning images which portray not just the new buildings that characterise modern London, often cheek by jowl with an older London, but also how today’s Londoners are changing and adapting their environment, turning old structures into new uses. For all those who are proud to live and work in London, as well as those visiting, this book is a must. Look through these photographs and you will quickly see why this ever-changing city never ceases to fascinate.
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The cost to post the book varies from country to country. To keep my costs low, and therefore yours too, I use economy delivery services via Royal Mail. If you'd prefer expedited, tracked or courier delivery, particularly if this is a gift for someone on a special occasion, please get in touch for a price estimate before placing your order. I will do my best to find a delivery service that meets your deadline.
Local pickup (Carmarthen, Wales)
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£2.50 flat rate via 2nd class mail
Up to 5 days
£6.00 via Royal Mail international economy
Western Europe up to 2 weeks
Eastern Europe up to 5 weeks
US & Canada
£9.00 via Royal Mail international economy
2 to 6 weeks
Rest of world
£12.00 flat rate via Royal Mail international economy
South America, Africa and Asia 4 to 8 weeks
Australia, New Zealand and Pacific 6 to 12 weeks
Please note there is only one delivery fee per order, it is not per book. (So why not order a hundred?)