Somewhere at the Edge of the World
Started as a way to communicate emotions that weren’t always understood while growing up, Lauren Withrow’s camera acts as an inside influence to scenes and moments that many can feel like an outsider to.
Inspired by the world of motion pictures, Somewhere at the Edge of the World encapsulates a cinematic ethos: singular, lo-fi film frames that tell an untold story – one of a sense of tranquility mixed with a touch of uncertainty…
- First edition, first printing (500 copies)
- 92 pages, coated
- 48 plates, offset-printed
- 8 x 11 inches, 640 grams
- Hardcover, English
- Quarter bound, foil stamped
- Dimensions — 10.7 × 8 in
- Categories — Books, Visual Art
- Brand — Thought Catalog Books
- Page Count — 92
Praise for Somewhere at the Edge of the World:
James Cockroft — “Withrow’s pictures have a cinematic feel and sinister romanticism.”
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