Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Letters from the city :: an illustrated Glasgow philavery...



I'm humbled to say two of my pics have been included in the third edition of the Letters from the city :: an illustrated Glasgow philavery ::



Welcome to Glasgow, Jeff (329/365) (in which my dear friend Stewart Cutler had a hand) and...



At Kennyhill Allotments (133/365)

The philavery is a lovely wee self-publication by Lewis Irvine & Emilia Weber that explores Glasgow through stories, poetry, illustration & photography. I am honoured to feature and hope to contribute further pics in the future.

There are only 250 copies in circulation (I have no.41) and they are available for £2 from Caledonia Books, Voltaire & Rousseau, Recoat, Monorail, Tatty Bon, Biblocafe, Aye-Aye Books (CCA), Glasgow Print Studio and the Glasgow School of Art Gift Shop (in Macintosh building).

One of the many cool things about the publication is their word of thanks in the inside frontcover...
"This publication is built on the kindness of strangers."
I really like that sentiment.

They have a website :: http://www.glasgowphilavery.co.uk/ but its not up yet.

Tx

*U*P*D*A*T*E*
I now have #54 are my dad pinched my copy... Thanks Dad... Enjoy! Tx

6 comments:

Craig said...

Always nice when you get something published. Congrats :)

Jonathan Blundell said...

Very cool Thomas!

Keep up the great work!

I feel a passion groove coming on...

Johnny said...

Man, you are rockin' with the photography at the moment!

Great to see!

J

Angus Mathie said...

Thomas, well done. Would you please get me a copy of the publication, if that is possible, thanks.

emmsy said...

Dude, nice work! My old flatmate bought me an edition of this for my birthday in July, loved it, but have never got round to trying to contribute. I loved the opening letter of the last, just reminded me of me a little!

headphonaught said...

Hey thanks everyone... its really comforting to get such positive comments.

Tx

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