Edited by Martin Parr.
Phaidon, London, English, 1999. In United Kingdom. 176 pp., 120 color and 35 duotone illustrations, 9½x6".
This disingenously named book is actually one of the most fascinating collections of stilted 1950s postcards ever published. Parr, whose own images are renowned for their sarcasm, has an eye for the ironies of ordinary life and here presents a vision of post-war England that is at the same time bizarre and fascinating.
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