A small number of the publication run are still available from Mid Pennine Arts, along with the specially produced musette.
Each participant received a numbered and initialled copy of the publication.
144pp plus cover, softback
London Clarion now also host a digital copy as part of their Clarion archive @ https://issuu.com/londonclarion/docs/i_am_clarion
One hundred and sixty five years after a group of students from Cambridge University first nailed their rules of the game of football to a tree, Cambridge City Council agreed to undertake a public art commission to celebrate the ‘Cambridge Rules’ and acknowledge the important role that Parker’s Piece played in the birth of football not just in Cambridge, but nationally and internationally.
Unusual and collectable, this artist bookwork is a scale model of the sculptural piece that sits on Parker’s Piece, Cambridge. It is a journey through Neville Gabie and Alan Ward’s commissioned work, to celebrate the birthplace of football as we know it at Parker’s Piece in Cambridge. It explores the history of the first written rules, the development of the physical piece, the collaboration with Street Child United, and the cultural exchange with the international partners in Brazil, China, Egypt, India and Kenya. The book also reproduces many varied submissions to the cambridgerules1848.com website from the project’s international audience, and is liberally scattered with additional QR coded content that exists on-line, including video and audio.
Technical details: 800 pages, exposed bound with a printed card sleeve, 2 bookmarks and a bespoke box.
Dimensions: 140mm high by 60mm wide and deep
Limited copies are now available to purchase from Axis Projects
Five years in the making, this thought-provoking bookwork of the project will coincide with the major exhibition at the Williamson Art Gallery and Museum.
Exposed bound, double fronted soft back 4pp cover front and back, 236 text pages
Format 240mm x 170m portrait 40 colour and 78 b&w archival photographs plus contextual images.
Published by Axis Projects in conjunction with Dewi Lewis Publishing
Special offer during The Archives and Records Association Conference 2021 ‘I Love Archives’: Signed by the authors, with a dedicated and numbered bookplate, includes exclusive postcard pack of archive images, ltd edition artist film DVD ‘Some Thoughts on Masonry and its Degrees’, and the engagement strand newspaper £20 + postage.
Retail price on standard edition is £30.00 plus postage.
Short-listed for the William Hill Sports Book of the Year 2017
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ISBN: 978 0 9554825 6 4
Retail price £30
Limited to an edition of 22 – the number of Pro teams in the Tour in 2010 – each book is individually numbered, signed and wrapped in one of each of the 22 team musette feedbags used by the riders that year, also includes 2 limited edition postcard prints of Col de la Ramaz summit and an edition card.
See Three stages, three moments under projects for a selection of the digital images. Click here
170mm x 170mm square | Hardback in musette bag with two postcard prints and edition card | 152pp | ap05