George Georgiou rode double decker buses in London, photographing the city and its people from its natural frame. The result is a concertina photo book called Last Stop, which is to say that you can “pull it out” and see the photos side by side, not just flip through it.
So why do such a thing?
The essence of the project is that you might take the same route everyday but what you see, the ebb and flow on the street takes on a random nature. To capture this flow, the concertina format reflects and mimics the feel of a bus journey, but more importantly it gives the viewer the opportunity to create their own journeys by spreading the book out and combining different images together. This moves the book away from an author-led linear narrative to one of multiple possibilities.
You can get some additional stuff with your copy of the Last Stop book, and get it signed of course.
Favorite perk (£40)
Pre-order signed copy of the book: Last Stop.