The 2015 photography exhibition by While There is Light, ‘Urban Life & Death’, captured people and urban locations. In the latest collection of images entitled ‘Kings Lynn Junc’, people are noticeably absent and instead focuses on what they leave behind; graffiti, discarded white goods, empty shops, abandoned shopping trollies and burnt out cars are just some of the unexpectedly interesting details that feature in its pages.
Kings Lynn Junc has been published as a photography zine that documents what are seen by some as the less desirable aspects of the urban areas of King’s Lynn in a series of thirty four images.
Each copy in this limited run of forty has been professionally printed on 170gsm uncoated stock, is is A5 (148 × 210 mm) in size and has been saddle-stitched (stapled).
Each thirty-two page copy is sealed in a cellophane bag and will be mailed out in an A5 hard back envelope via Royal Mail’s First Class Large Letter service.
Available online at http://www.whilethereislight.co/products/kings-lynn-junc or via Etsy (http://bit.ly/kingslynnjunc), it costs £3 plus postage and packaging (£1.80 for UK delivery).
Link to press images for print and web: http://bit.ly/kingslynnjuncpressimages