More London Books…

Jason Hawke’s stunning photographs above London continue to sell, while ‘Vanishing London: The places, the people, the stories’ is a lovely looking volume of photographs and tales from the recent past.’STORIES’ is a volume about the history of King’s Cross from Boudicca to Blur, lavishly illustrated, as they say, and ‘Panoramas of Lost London’ is […]

The London Panoramas

English Heritage have just published what might be the mother of all London books. At £40, the immense and barely liftable volume catalogues London’s working life, its wealth, workplaces, poverty and ability to change in monochrome photographs from 1870 to 1945. Some of the photographs appear to show entirely alien landscapes. Residents peer out from […]

London – City Of (Half) Light

These London pictures by Katarina Stefanović are astonishing for an unusual reason. They’ve been sensitively photoshopped in terms of light source, so that they look as London might look if it was on a geographical parallel with Paris. The very thing most tourists comment upon when they come to London for the first time – […]