In June this year, Ed released GOOD AS GOLD BEYOND AWESOME – a book of photographic diptychs.
The photographs – taken using Kodak Portra 400 35mm film on a manual Leica MP – were shot over a number of years. It wasn’t until Ed took a closer look that he realised there were connections he could neither explain nor had he planned. The images created are the result of incidental harmony: a happy accident. The book is presented as a series of diptychs that work to create what Ed describes as a “sort of visual Haiku.”
The foreword, written by David Kolbusz, explores determinism and fatalism. It urges us to contemplate fate and connection. “There is comfort in surrender” he finalises.
You can buy a copy of the book from Maharishi.
”Be the bucket that catches the rain’: Ed Morris on why creatives should embrace coincidence’ via Campaign Magazine.
‘Ed Morris celebrates the joy of coincidence with new photo book’ via Creative Review.