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Residents: Inside the Iconic Barbican Estate | Anton Rodriguez | London (UK) | By Lee Fleming

We're excited for the release of the Residents: Inside the Iconic Barbican Estate book by our good friend Anton Rodriguez. The London-based freelance photographer currently resides in the Barbican Estate, the perfect abode to document neighbouring residents in one of London's most recognised brutalist architectural sites. Located in London's financial district, the Barbican Estate was built during the 1960s and the 1970s and is occupied by over 4,000 residents alongside the Barbican Centre, the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and the London Symphony Orchestra.

Having started photographing Barbican residents within the intimate settings of their own home as part of a VSCO Artist Initiative project, Anton's intriguing photo series has deservedly been published in the form a 160 page book. Featuring more than 22 Barbican residents and residences Anton encapsulates the incredible interiors and creative people who live in the iconic Brutalist estate.

Designed by Shoreditch-based design & brand development agency EACH London, the book features an essay by design writer Katie Treggiden who explores the history of the site and why there is such an interest in seeing ‘behind the scenes’. The book Is due to be released on the 10th October 2016 with pre-orders currently available on the Barbican website.

To read more on the Residents: Inside the Iconic Barbican Estate book visit the website.


The Alphabet Book | Ellie Tsatsou | London (UK) | By Lee Fleming

London-based photographer Ellie Tsatsou has recently released a collection of works entitled Alphabet in the form a publication to document her first approaches to the language of photography. The limited-edition publication (500 copies, signed & numbered) is a compilation of early photographs, shot between 2005 to 2013 that offer self discovery through the medium of photography. The works included in the Alphabet series capture moments in various places around the world which include Greece, Spain, England, France, America, Egypt, Zambia & Zimbabwe, among others. Designed by Konsept83 Design Studio, edited by Gelly Siganou and printed in Athens, Greece, the Alphabet book features writings by Ilektra Ellinikioti and Wessie du Toit.

To find out more visit Ellie's website where you can purchase the Alphabet book. It can also be found at several international stockists including The Photographers' Gallery Bookshop, Tender Books and BookArt BookShop (London), IANOS Bookstores (Greece) and 0fr. (Paris).


A journey North | Clachan (SCO) | By Michael Gannon

I’m spending some time in the far reaches of Scotland, predominantly Clachan, on the west coast. I’ll also be travelling around the ‘skye’ area, photographing the landscape and the people who live around there. Above are several photographs from my journey to Clachan so far and will be available on the IDMC° shop soon.

I’m also pleased to announce after returning from our Scotland visit we will be travelling to Argentina to begin our next IDMC° map of Buenos Aires.


GB Boxing | English Institute of Sport | Sheffield (UK) | By Michael Gannon 

I was recently invited to go behind the scenes at the Sheffield-based English Institute of Sport to photograph several of the GB Boxing team, who are currently preparing to compete in this years Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Featured boxers include Liverpool's Anthony Fowler and Croydon-based Joshua Buatsi.

The IDMC° team wish the GB Boxing team all the best in the Rio Olympics.


Foreign Policy Design | Brand Guide: Singapore Kickstarter | Singapore (SGP) | By Lee Fleming

We recently received good news from our friends at Singapore-based Foreign Policy Design that they are re-issuing their Brand Guide: Singapore Edition after overwhelming success since its initial launch. The design strategy and think tank bureau founded by Creative Director Yah-Leng Yu and Brand & Business Strategist Arthur Chin continue to champion Singapore's independent scene by capturing the brand secrets of 17 Singaporean contemporary brands in this beautifully designed book.

The Brand Guide: Singapore Edition Kickstarter is one to consider, the well-designed publication documents some of the most progressive Singapore brands and celebrates the visionaries and designers behind them. Designed as a dossier with 5 booklets & various inserts, it's filled with takeaways and anecdotes capturing the vision to fruition of each brands owner along with a foreward by Armin Vit (UnderConsideration).

To find out more visit Foreign Policy Design's website and Kickstarter .

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