Decent Supply proudly announces its first physical release in form of the “aesthetic documentations vol. I” photography book featuring 50 exclusive images by Miro Leon Bucher (@miroxleon). The series aims to document daily life around the world, with the focus of volume one being on the People’s Republic of China, the Republic of Korea, and Japan. All photographs have been shot on Ilford HP5 Plus 35mm film with a broken Minolta AF-S.
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Miro Leon Bucher says about the project: “Starting the preparation for shooting for this project, I decided to bring my beaten up Minolta AF-S Talkman, that I’ve bought for 30.000 Korean Won in a small second-hand shop in Seoul, to my travels to document daily life. All photos are shot on Ilford HP5 Plus, mostly pushed by 1 stop. The final selection features images taken in Japan [Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Nara], the People’s Republic of China [Shanghai, Beijing], and the Republic of Korea [Seoul, Daegu]”
The book features 50 black and white images, shot on Ilford HP5 Plus 35mm film, printed on 170 gsm natural/uncoated paper, and comes in the size of 21 cm by 29,7 cm, is approximately 7mm thick, and weighs about 350 grams. All images have been developed and scanned by FotoMaru (포토마루) in Seoul, South Korea. Printing has been handled by a renowned British printing house.
Edition one of “aesthetic documentations vol. I” is limited to 25 books coming with an exclusive hand-screen-printed tote bag. Thus, be fast to claim your order. We’re shipping to most countries for a flat-rate of 3€.
Special thanks go to Hui-Qin Yang for working on the layout and general support of the project.