Armed only with his camera and Freedom Pass, Gordon Gibbens wandered the streets of London taking pictures of anything that caught his eye – including celebrities, celebrations and (seemingly countless) naked cyclists. It’s just a shame he never thought to mention what he’d seen at the time.
Having trawled through another 500 photo albums, we’re proud to present the second – bigger and brighter – collection of Gordon’s most bizarre and baffling shots of the city he knew and loved so well.
As with How Graffiti Saved My Dad’s Life (At Least For A While) and Things My Dad Saw (But Never Bothered Mentioning), all profits from this book go to St Christopher’s hospice in South London, where Gordon was cared for at the end of his life.
(84pp, A5 landscape, colour, perfect bound: contains nudity!)