The 4th book in the West Country Modern series is a direct return to the celebration of man made interventions in the rural idyll.
Echoing the vivid colour covers + monochrome photography of Farm Follows Function & Coastal Brutalism the book packs over 25 road landscapes. The book is introduced with an essay by writer Mark Hooper.
Jethro Marshall’s images document both the major thoroughfares of infamous A roads and the anonymity of rural lanes. Free of traffic and human presence they take on sculptural qualities, sometimes winning sometimes losing their battle with the landscape that they dissect.
00 x 260mm
36pp Natural white text pages
4pp Ash grey end papers +
4pp Spring Green cover
Edition of 150
Hand numbered + blind emboss logo