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Receipts from Pockets Receipts from Pockets Receipts from Pockets Receipts from Pockets Receipts from Pockets Receipts from Pockets
Receipts from Pockets
Receipts from Pockets Receipts from Pockets Receipts from Pockets Receipts from Pockets Receipts from Pockets Receipts from Pockets
Receipts from Pockets Receipts from Pockets Receipts from Pockets Receipts from Pockets Receipts from Pockets Receipts from Pockets

Receipts from Pockets

£15.00 GBP

  • Everyone is familiar with the phenomenon of finding a soft, crumpled piece of paper in your pocket that has outlived its usefulness or function. This is especially prevalent when traveling from place to place, or visiting a new city. Supermarket receipts, tram and bus stubs, restaurant checks, train tickets, museum entrance cards, and all manner of refuse confirming a curious life on the go seems unwilling to disappear so easily. Artist Nigel Peake, rather than simply tossing these forlorn scraps into the rubbish bin, has taken it upon himself to immortalise each by drawing a portrait of it, exactly like the wrinkled and folded state in which he unearthed it from the depths of his pockets.

    Illustrator: Nigel Peake
    Size: 200x260mm
    Pages: 32
    Publication: 2006
    Binding: Softbound book