We’re delighted to announce details of Sam Mellish’s RPS contemporary group talk this March, talking about Commercial photography Roadside Britain & getting published with Diesel Books. Interested in going, click here for more details:
Diesel Books traveled to Plymouth for a lovely weekend and took part in the publish and be damed independent bookfair. Thanks to the Non de Strip team and Publish And Be Damned for the invitation, and off course, all those that we spoke to during the weekend.
On Saturday, we launched the long awaited Watford Gap exhibition at the northbound Watford Gap services, Junction 16/17 on the M1. Joined by friends from the book as well as staff from Storm Communications it was a lovely afternoon showcasing the work. Thanks so much to Roadchef, The Arts Council of England, Storm Communications, Martin Parr, David Harsent and friends of Diesel Books:
Thanks to HUCK Magazine, & Alex King for this perfect interview. Preview some of the work before for the launch tomorrow night at Artwords Bookshop, Broadway Market, and looking forward to seeing you there! Check out Dieselbooks Facebook for more information about the launch:
Here’s the flyer we used last year to promote our collaboration with Ben Sherman on Portobello Road. Over the Christmas build up and into early 2013 diesel books exhibited work from Roadside Britain in Ben Sherman’s iconic Portobello store.