Trope London Spiral-Bound |

Sam Landers (Edited by), Tom Maday (Edited by)

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Trope London, the second volume in the Trope City Editions series highlighting the world's most architecturally compelling cities, is a highly curated collection of photographic images from an active community of urban photographers who have passionately captured their city like never before.

Winner of the 2020 Nikon Photography Travel Book of the Year, Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards

Trope London, the second volume in the Trope City Editions series, celebrates the meeting of traditional and modern architecture that colors every view of the city. The collection highlights the photographic images of fourteen emerging and independent photographers from London and beyond, who through their passion for the craft, creative development, and social media smarts have amassed a collective Instagram following of one million.

This carefully curated and bound collection of 199 stunning photographs offers a new perspective of London. Each of the nine chapters is accompanied by a map, along with the locations where the photographs were taken. From high above the London Eye to deep within the Underground, these images command a strong point of view: digitally processed, filtered, toned, de-saturated, sharpened, for a very urban sensibility. Showcasing both the moody romanticism and striking modernism of contemporary London, the images reveal distinctive and dramatic visions of one of the world’s greatest cities.

Publisher: Ingram Publisher Services
Original Binding: Hardcover Paper over boards
Pages: 288 pages
ISBN-10: 1732061815
Item Weight: 2.31 lbs
Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.86 x 10.9 inches
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After working in advertising and design for over two decades, Sam Landers returned to publishing by co-founding Trope Reader with Tom Maday in 2016. Previously, he was the CEO of Blast Radius, part of the WPP Wunderman Global Network, which he joined in 2008 when the branding and digital agency he founded, Designkitchen was acquired by WPP. During his time there, Sam worked in Chicago, New York and San Francisco ~ and traveled frequently throughout Europe, Asia and Africa (always taking his notebook & camera).