Arrangement of books in bicycle toast rack
Now that the project is just about finished I have a limited number of books available for sale. Cost is $15 and you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on making an order. More information can be found below or if you click here.
About the book:
This photography book features 35mm film double exposure portraits of 16 cyclists and their favourite places to cycle in Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area. I am indebted to the 16 wonderful people that you will meet in this book.
Portraits of the 16 participants:
I can finally announce that my book is printed and just about ready for its launch this Friday, June 9th from 7-10pm at bikeSauce!
You can imagine how nervous I was waiting to see and touch the publication. Naturally I’m a little but nervous for how it will be received – only one participants has seen his image. That’s John Gibson, the gentleman that has been on the poster you may have already seen.
The book will cost $15 CAD (incl. HST) and will be on sale at bikeSauce. On the night of the launch, proceeds from the sale of the book will go towards the fundraiser No Bici, No Fiesta, there’s also a film screening fundraiser I highly recommend checking out at CineCycle on June 10th. There’s going to be a range of films being show that talk about Mexican bicycle culture. Beer, food, merchandise and a super raffle are some more great reasons to attend the CineCycle event.
My book will also be on sale at the A Show on June 22nd at Artscape Youngplace – this will be where you can see more of my fellow Micro-grant recipients’ work and also my installation of the portraits! Organized by ArtStarts check out their website for ways to participate in their projects!
Links of interest:
Aine’s book launch at bikeSauce
Facebook link for No Bici No Fiesta event June 1oth
Facebook link for Artscape Youngplace event June 22nd