We Specialise in Current, Signed, Rare, and Out of Print Photobooks
It is business as usual with just a couple of changes
Following the current global health crisis and the ongoing legaslative precautions to lessen the spread of this virus, we are making a few changes to the way we ship our books.
To maximise our own safety and to minimalise contact with the outside world we will, for the forseeable future, only ship books on a Tuesday and a Thursday. The cut off will by 9am on those days to meet collection cut offs. You can of course order at anytime but your order will be held over until the next shipping day. Phototitles is a small family run online business, we have no retail units and no visiting members of the public, with stock being held at a secure private location. We would like to reassure our customers that we are doing everything we can to avoid personal contact outside of the family unit and engage in social distancing on the few occasions that we have to go out.
New titles in stock
We have sourced two special edition copies of the 2019 edition of House Hunting by Todd Hido which rapidly went out of print, these are signed and slipcased, we also have copies of the regular edition in stock. Just arrived are Signed copies of Teju Cole's new book "Fernweh" , Cole found a distinctly new way to look at a country that has been the quintessence of tourist experience for almost two centuries. Fernweh muses on the German word for a longing to be elsewhere. We also have signed copies of Guido Guidi's "Lunario, 1965-1999" we are hoping to receive signed copies of the new Books by Stephen Shore and Jason Fulford but in the current climate we are not sure if and when these will arrive.
The latest books in the One Picture Book Two series, with books by Mark Steinmetz, Kenro Izu, Manjari Sharma, and Toshio Shibata, each of these books are limited to just 500 numbered copies and contain a 5" x 7" print signed on the verso. If you purchase as a complete set of four books each set has its own slipcase.
We have also received the last few copies of Jungjin Lee's beatiful accordion bound book "Opening" which as quickly become out of print and sourced copies of the slipcased Araki book "Blue Period/Last Summer"