Funland: A Visual Tour of the British Seaside
From Blackpool to Brighton, the pastel colors, faded arcades and worn-out carpets of British coastal towns evoke a particular nostalgia. With the changing tides of the British political landscape these traditional resorts appear fragile and some are falling into disrepair. Nevertheless, some are thriving and all retain a special charm and retro appeal. Shooting for more than a decade since 2009, Rob Ball has documented over thirty-five coastal towns. His images serve as a record of a unique culture that is at risk of disappearing forever.
By Rob Ball
Hoxton Mini Press, 2019
Hardcover, 128 pages
9.6 x 0.7 x 11.6 inches
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