Seafronts

A photographic exploration of English seaside towns

An exploration of English coastal towns, shot on medium format film. You'll discover photographies of Dorset, Essex, Kent and Sussex in this beautiful hardcover photobook.

Ten percent of proceeds from this book will be donated to Mind, a charity working towards improving mental health.

Reviews
Abadesi
 
  • Abadesi
    AbadesiHead of Maker Outreach at Product Hunt
    Pros: 

    I received my copy yesterday and devoured it. It's such a delight to read and also feels good in my hands (good materials and design).

    Cons: 

    None... maybe more photos (a sequel?), they filled me with joy.

    Living in London it can be easy to forget that we are on an island. British seasides are national treasures and this book perfectly captures their energy - from the canoodling couples to friends caught in the wind. My copy sits on my coffee table but would make a great gift, too.

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Discussion
Having grown up on the outskirts of an English seaside town, this book makes me very nostalgic. Penny arcades, sugary donuts, fish and chips in paper with tiny forks, donkey races, and ice cream even when its freezing outside. What more can you ask for. I can practically hear the seagulls. 🍦
I lived in the UK for 6 years now and I have yet to visit any coast. I really need to get there.
@pupeno You definitely should –– there's so much to see!
Interesting choice to have people/tourists in a lot of your shots. Curious, was that intentional or just how things turned out?
@joshuapinter The images that are in the book are a small selection of what was shot over the course of a little over a year –– the images themselves don't neccesarily tell a story but I like to think there's a narrative between them as you go through the book. The images are, essentially, a series of interconnected frames that caught my eye as I roamed seaside towns.