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MYLDN : a street view of London life / photographs and words by Babycakes Romero.

By: Romero, Babycakes.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Great Britain : Carpet Bombing Culture, 2019Edition: First edition.Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations ; 16 x 22 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781908211736; 1908211733.Other title: My London.Subject(s): Street photography -- England -- London | London (England)DDC classification: 770 Summary: "A compelling collection of documentary images showing both the communities and cultures which make up the multicultural melting pot. These carefully curated photos bear witness to the real heart and soul of the people that make up the metropolis. Narratives and interactions depict scenes of love, hope, struggle and everyday life. This is a photographic love letter to London. A city of possibilities which has in fact become the impossible city. The intensity, the craziness, the inequality, the mayhem, the conflict, the injustice, the beauty and the essence of what makes the city what it was, what it is and what it will be. Each stolen moment recording and documenting a different perception of both the place and its people. This is survival in the city, the real London" -- Front flap.
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Following on from his daily photo blog, renowned London street photographer Babycakes Romero brings you MYDLN. A Street View of London Life. A compelling collection of documentary images showing both the communities and cultures which make up the multicultural melting pot that is London. These photos, carefully curated here for the first time, bear witness to the real heart and soul of the people that make up the metropolis. Narratives and interactions depicting scenes of love, hope, struggle and everyday life. This is his photographic love letter to London. A city of possibilities which has in fact become the impossible city. The intensity, the craziness, the inequality, the mayhem, the conflict, the injustice, the beauty and the essence of what makes the city what it was, what it is and what it will be. Each stolen moment recording and documenting a different perception of both the place and its people. This is survival in the city.

"A compelling collection of documentary images showing both the communities and cultures which make up the multicultural melting pot. These carefully curated photos bear witness to the real heart and soul of the people that make up the metropolis. Narratives and interactions depict scenes of love, hope, struggle and everyday life. This is a photographic love letter to London. A city of possibilities which has in fact become the impossible city. The intensity, the craziness, the inequality, the mayhem, the conflict, the injustice, the beauty and the essence of what makes the city what it was, what it is and what it will be. Each stolen moment recording and documenting a different perception of both the place and its people. This is survival in the city, the real London" -- Front flap.