Aunt Paloma Was a Pigeon.

Photographs, illustrations, design, and text by Alice Garrett-Jones.
Self-Published, London, United Kingdom, 2018. In English. 72 pp..

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Aunt Paloma Was a Pigeon  imagines an alternative theory of evolution in which mankind has descended from the pigeon. Drawing upon the biological and social similarities we share with Britain’s most abhorred bird, it is a whimsical story about life, love and family. Creating a fictional narrative from a factual underpinning, Aunt Paloma Was a Pigeon questions the extent to which human culture may have been shaped by our avian origins, and serves as a reminder that we as a species are no more superior to the humble pigeon. All of the photography, illustration and design within is my own.

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