Photos from the road trip of our collective imagination
In this book, photographer David Marks has captured the cool road trip of our collective imagination. For the journey, he had two ideal travelling companions: the Diana and Polaroid cameras. The Diana, a cheap plastic tourist souvenir of the 1960s, the bad lens providing a nostalgic haze. And the Polaroid, which spits out a one-off every time, its unique effects created by climate, temperature and physical interaction. Take a hypnotic trip along memory's lanes and highways with these stunning images.
David Marks is a prize-winning photographer who has exhibited his personal fine art throughout Australia over the past twenty-five years. He is based in Melbourne.