Postfashion by Christopher Bush
The cover design of this publication fits perfectly with what you find inside. All black with just a touch of matte foil on the cover makes it both invisible and eye-catching.
It‘s hard not to get captivated by these grainy black and white images that are sometimes hard to decipher. As the author states, this is a collection of fashion and urban landscape photographs taken over the last decade in NYC. However, these images have been transformed in the darkroom to create a new body of work totally removed from the original intentions and meanings of the individual stories.