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Camel Guards Parade

© GMJ With the arc of the London Eye on the horizon, Camel Guards Parade represents the famous military and ceremonial parade ground in Whitehall in a new guise. Amid a dusty haze of heat and sand, camels have replaced horses for the Queen’s own household guard. Postcard Books on sale here. Please contact us about our Limited [...]

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The Mall – Royal Power

© GMJ Like every major world city, London embodies and perpetuates different forms of power, from economic, financial to historical. For this theme, GMJ explored specific facets of power, from the ceremonial symbolism of the Royal Family, to the tangible power generated by, and located on the Thames. In The Mall – Royal Power the [...]

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Piccadilly Circus Water Lilies

© GMJ At the heart of London’s theatre land, Piccadilly Circus is synonymous with bustle, noise and traffic. How would the famous junction appear in a future flooded London, after its iconic façades are re-clad with lotus-like solar panels and the spot is invaded by energy harnessing windmills? After photographing Piccadilly Circus from the elevated vantage [...]

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St Paul’s Monkeys

© GMJ The view from the Stone Gallery at the base of Sir Christopher Wren’s great dome provides a view over a changed world. Tate Modern, the great cultural landmark of London, once linked to St Paul’s Cathedral and City Of London by the Millennium Bridge is now cut off by the flooded river Thames. [...]

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Whitehall Tornado

© GMJ Trafalgar Square represents iconic London and is a gathering place for tourists and Londoners alike. Every major celebration in the capital takes place in this public space. A warming climate causes more extreme and unpredictable weather. Whitehall Tornado hits at the heart of the establishment and throws the status quo into chaos. Postcard Books [...]

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Hyde Park Palm Oil

© GMJ Self-sufficient London by definition questions the value of power in new contexts. Amid the fronds and leaves of tropical palm trees in Hyde Park Palm Oil, the Mayfair Hilton Hotel looms up, dominating its humid environment in an area which houses an established community of Middle Eastern Londoners. Hailed as the revolutionary eco-fuel, palm oil, the [...]

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Notting Hill Carnival

© GMJ Like a Richard Hamilton photo-collage, Notting Hill Carnival is a visual composite of 20 separate images. A chance discovery of a shot of a young woman applying sun cream (shown at bottom left of the image) catalysed the idea of transforming and uniting London’s carnival audience in blue sunblock. Like the Australian public [...]

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Glacial Thames

© GMJ Glacial Thames and Skating at Tower Bridge are inspired by the historical tradition of frost fairs in London that were regularly staged on the frozen surface of the Thames as early as 1684 up to the early 1800’s. Re-considered amid the current debate of the deceleration of the Gulf Stream, which would drastically lower [...]

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In 2009 GMJ were commissioned by Condé Nast to design the cover of the relaunch UK edition ofWired Magazine. Headlined ‘Your Life in the Future’, this image, based on an aerial shot of London by the British photographer, Jason Hawkes, unfurled a seductive futuristic cityscape dotted with floating cities and flying machines. For over 20 years, GMJ [...]

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