Not Still by Paul Cabuts Photobook
  • Not Still by Paul Cabuts Photobook

    £34.50Price

    NOT STILL by Paul Cabuts: BUMPER BOOK BUNDLE

    Our latest book bundle is perfect for those interested in the welsh valleys & photography. We can gift wrap and add your personalised message and send direct to your loved one.

    Gift wrap is eco (brown paper and paper ribbon). 

     

    The Bundle includes:

    A copy of NOT STILL by Paul Cabuts

    A copy of Sites of Struggle and Photography by Paul Cabuts

    St Anne's Church Card by Gayle Rogers

    Handmade Chocolate Bar by Afan Vale Chocolates

     

    A copy of NOT STILL by Paul Cabuts

    'Not Still offers a geographical slice through 25 years of photography, recording the lived places of a changing society. This collection presentsphotographs taken in the Rhondda where Paul grew up, lived and worked, Selected form many works he has made across the wider Valleys region. Not Still provides a contemplation on the evolution of distnactive society and place.

    Includes an essay on the relationship between photographs and the Rhondda'.

    80 pp/ 250mm x 200mm, Hardback natural cloth cover. Edition of 300.

     

    A copy of Sites of Struggle and Photography by Paul Cabuts

    Offline essay No.3

    4 sided A4 B/W

     

    St Anne's Church Card by Gayle Rogers

    A C6 greeting card and envelope by resident artst at the Workers Gallery - Gayle Rogers. Depicts St Anne's Church and the streescape around it here in the village of Ynyshir, Rhondda, where the Workers is based. Designed and printed in the Rhondda.

     

    Handmade Chocolate Bar

    Created by Afan Vale Chocolates in the Afan Valley. Select the variety of chocolate flavour may vary from flavour shown. The vegan-friendly variety is  Violet Fondant. Bar size 50-55g depending on flavour. Foil & paper wrapped 3 squares of chocolate in a bar.

     

    Sending as a gift? Just complete the message section with your personalised message. 

    Deliveries may be arriving later than expected due to the impact of COVID 19.