UNDERCLIFFE CEMETERY BRADFORD 1980s-90s by Ian BeesleySKU: BK-317 BOOK UNDERCLIFFE CEMETERY
Undercliffe Cemetery Bradford
“A haunting Gothesrque study of the Undercliffe Cemetery Bradford.”
Ian Beesley turns his lens to the notable Victorian cemetery Undercliffe Cemetery. Watch out for the Black Sabbath reference.
Café Royal Books is a publisher of limited edition photographic titles focusing on British documentary photography. Founded by Craig Anderson the aim is to create a focussed and complete archive of British documentary photography.
The publications affordable, democratic, utilitarian and useful, without fuss or decoration. The images, history and the cultural archive are the focus. Helped by, but not overwhelmed by the design. We like Craigs’ work in bringing this collection together and offer a selection of titles here that are a picture record of British culture.
Emerging from the Post Punk scene and fusing the darker elements of the music with Gothic literature, Victorian costume and horror movies, the Goth Scene was one of the great sub-cultures of the early 1980’s. Providing inspiration for bands and fashion designers ever since, it remains one of the key influencers.
Gothic transformed to the Lolita look which is captured in the book of the same name by Katsuhiko Ishikawa and Masayuki Yoshinaga. The inspiration is featured in the Café Royal Book of Undercliff Cemetery Bradford 1980s-90s by Ian Beesley. And there are great shots of the Manchester Gothic Scene in Kevin Cummins’ So it Goes.
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