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By Andrew on June 28, 2010 | Category: Blog,Featured Posts,Recent Projects | Tags: andrew jardine, bike tours, digitimaging, MCN, pension tiberia, slovakia, Styx motorcycles | No Comments
By Andrew on June 26, 2010 | Category: Blog,Featured Posts,Recent Projects | Tags: acrobat, alan jones, andrew jardine, antony gormley, art in the city, barry flanagan, big blue, couple, digitimaging, fan mural, george segal, heathwick, ian davenport, john aiken, leaping hare on crescent and bell, listening figure, london art, lyn chadwick, michael craig-martin, model for a hotel, monolith and shadow, newton after blake, paolozzi, pierre vivant, poured lines, ron arad, rush hour, stephan balkenhol, thomas schutte, tiddy rowan, traffic light tree, UCH, vents, william pye, zerman | Comments Off
‘Art in the City’ is a range of European travel guides aimed at the art lover on tour, devised by Artist and Art consultant Tiddy Rowan (http://www.tiddyrowan.com) in collaboration with Quadrille publishing. An amazing project to be involved in for a fledgling freelancer and this huge confidence boost was further increased when my images eventually totaled 25% of the book, representing the largest individual photographic contribution. What can I tell you? They kept giving me the locations, I kept going out and they kept buying the results. The Fan Mural by Michael Craig-Martin which features on the inside cover of the guide is sadly no longer there but has great sentimental value to me as a photographer. I also include a couple of images that were off the brief, but really took my eye (this is my site right?)
My sincere thanks to Tiddy, Quadrille and Nadine Bazaar/Sarah Airey for having such great faith in my work.