Craig Taylor's Londoners is a publication studying life in London. Made up of over 80 interviews with a diverse range of inhabitants (pilots, manicurists, squatters, beekeepers, dominatrices, hedge fund managers...) the book offers an insight into the ways in which each character or interviewee perceives London life - which is often theorised against the ebbs and flows in their working lives. The Guardian's Sukhdev Sandhu comments, 'Taylor's confidants prove tha the city inspires its inhabitants to coin neologisms, torque meanings and craete striking turns of phrase. An estate agent who prides himself on his ability to read his clients' body language claims: "If they're smiling in a property, you know that something's igniting their p-spot"; Tim, a miserable financier, says he lives in "Londin" - "It's a cross between London and Londis. You're not exactly at Waitrose, you're not even at Sainsbury's, you're not even at Tesco. It's a bit shit in Londin".'
Art Direction: Alison Saltzman