There’ll be a bit of a designer knees-up later this month when photographer Martin Parr has a book launch at Delphina in London’s Bermondsey. The book, Flowers, is designed by Browns and the event is sponsored by paper company Munken. Hang on a minute, sounds a bit like an evening last year, when paper company GF Smith invited half the design community to East One restaurant in London’s Clerkenwell to meet photographer Rankin. That was then followed by a book designed by Sea. Which only goes to show that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
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