10 Monday 10th August 2015
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Derek Man has spent the past two years charting the topography of London's streets. But as anyone who's ever walked through the capital can tell you, the city's surface isn't defined by its peaks and valleys, but by the roadkill and trash which wind up in its gutters.
"No Stopping Mon-Sat," Derek says, "is a short photo series on the weird and chunderful things found on the London curbside, from a piece of cake to a toilet seat to the Urban Trinity (the Fox, the Pigeon, and the Squirrel)."
Most of the images were taken to send to friends via Whatsapp, as a way for Derek to keep in touch without having to text. The defining feature of No Stopping..., those mucky curbsides, stood out among his huge London collection. As he says, "the curb and the road markings anchor the set quite nicely and make for what I feel is a rather amusing series."
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