Hand die cut by the artist and printed at home on Epson matt paper. Hand bound at the Wyvern binders in Clerkenwell, London, in a white bookrum cloth and debossed blind foiling in white. Accompanied with a slip case in black bookrum with debossed gold foil.   Edition of 1   A book about the ‘banal and everyday’ and forgotten art on the streets, how I found a very recognizable Islamic geometric pattern on a gutter lid near Finchley Road station in London, and became obsessed with finding others. Taking almost 60-70 images with 35mm slide film and then cross processing them, editing them down to 11 this book came about as an idea of how something sacred in another religion or culture can be found on the streets unnoticed and constantly being trampled on by passersby not recognizing its historical and cultural reference.

Hand die cut by the artist and printed at home on Epson matt paper. Hand bound at the Wyvern binders in Clerkenwell, London, in a white bookrum cloth and debossed blind foiling in white. Accompanied with a slip case in black bookrum with debossed gold foil. 

Edition of 1

A book about the ‘banal and everyday’ and forgotten art on the streets, how I found a very recognizable Islamic geometric pattern on a gutter lid near Finchley Road station in London, and became obsessed with finding others. Taking almost 60-70 images with 35mm slide film and then cross processing them, editing them down to 11 this book came about as an idea of how something sacred in another religion or culture can be found on the streets unnoticed and constantly being trampled on by passersby not recognizing its historical and cultural reference.