Author: Carlo Irek
Photography: Simon Barber Suzy Bennett Gabriele Croppi Luca Da Ros Colin Dutton Olimpio Fantuz Justin Foulkes Cesare Gerolimetto Carlo Irek Lisa Linder Nicolò Miana Marco Pavan Corrado Piccoli Maurizio Rellini Giovanni Simeone Jonathan Stead Richard Taylor Steve Vidler
Cover: Soft cover with elastic closure
Format: 10,5x18,5 cm, 144 pages - 32 photos, 100 gms, FSC certified paper, acid free (pH Neutral)
ISBN 978-88-99180-89-8 (Red Cover)
ISBN 978-88-99180-62-1 (Black Cover)
What bad habit would you hate to lose? William Samson would reply: London.
It is the city of Harry Potter and Sherlock Holmes, of Alice and of Shakespeare. It is where the austere uniforms of the guards of Buckingham Palace they coexist with elegant trench coats and transgressive punk dresses. God Save the Queen, yes, but at the pace of Sex Pistols!
Here, a cup of tea can solve almost any problem. For the more complex ones, see you at the pub at five! If it is drizzling, please: leave the umbrella at home.
IS lively, multicultural, modern. Be careful, though: the smoky road could be hidden around the corner Victorian city by Arthur Conan Doyle. There is no London, but as many cities as there are inhabitants: you can ask for confirmation to the kaleidoscopic Brick Lane.
London is said to be a gray metropolis, yet the sense of expression Red string it has never been as literal as in this Personal Jo. Telephone booths and double-decker buses are the real stars of the city. You can play find red on the streets.
Mind the gap! What's your next stop?
What color are you?
Red is energy, intuition, impulsiveness.
It is perhaps the color that has taken on the most meanings over time. Today it is associated with passion, but in ancient and medieval times it was the symbol of virginity and religious faith, as well as of power and royalty! In China, however, it has always been the color of luck and prosperity.
This color focuses the attention and helps to stay with the feet on the ground even while the energy is released. If it becomes the fil rouge, order and connect thoughts.
Red teaches that beliefs can change and that the most disparate shades coexist within us. Red is tenacity or aggression. Ira, but also love.