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Car Park Shopper
by Luke Overin
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112 pages
11.5 x 18 cm
Spot colour risograph & full colour digital offset
Perfect bound
Second edition of 300
2017
Car Park Shopper is modern Britain in all its glory as seen through the eyes of south east London-based artist Luke Overin. A compilation of graphics stolen from the back of lorries, glimpses through shop windows and grainy images of corner shop CCTV screens, no book better captures the unintentionally humorous world of decaying high-streets and boot-fair culture.

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