Scaffold to the Moon is a tale of life, hope, dreams and aspiration, and an ode to those that inspire us. Exploring the lines of photographic and illustrative storytelling, Huw Alden Davies’ new Photobook / short-novel is a dramatic and often humorous study of the artist’s father, a bi-product of a generation, and his devoted mother, central characters to his beloved Tumble.
“When people open the cover of Scaffold to the Moon, I want them to lose themselves for a moment; I want them to laugh, think, reminisce; remember, that innocence, hope and optimism they once felt, and I want them to remember that special someone, daft as a brush, who reminds us that sometimes it’s ok to let go. To not care, to be silly, be free, have fun. The world is a big place, a serious one with many big problems. Just remember, if we were standing on the moon, we would quickly be reminded how little we really are” - Huw Alden Davies
Published by iPigeon
270 x 210 mm
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