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The Monochrome Collection

  By Trope Publishing Co

Enjoy this unforgettable new print collection featuring 16 images from celebrated photographer Peter Dazeley's upcoming release, Monochrome. These distinctively rich and luminous platinum...

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Trope Journal

In Conversation: Ryland Hormel

In Conversation: Ryland Hormel

When it comes to the demands of daily life — our 9-to-5 jobs, family obligations, keeping a household running — many of us begin to lose touch with the...

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In Conversation: Carlos Segura

In Conversation: Carlos Segura

Author and designer Carlos Segura had no intentions of becoming a graphic designer. However, a chance encounter changed his perspective and introduced him to the complex world of...

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Trope Stories: Chris Holmes

Trope Stories: Chris Holmes

Photographer Chris Holmes often wakes before dawn to capture rare moments of solitude and calm as the city of London yawns, stretches and...

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Trope Stories: Lucy Hamidzadeh

Trope Stories: Lucy Hamidzadeh

South East London photographer and writer Lucy Hamidzadeh discusses how she found comfort as a street photographer, her keen eye for detail, and her masterful...

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The Spring Collection

The Spring Collection

Say hello to spring with our new collection of prints that perfectly seize the beauty of nature, spring's warm relief from winter, and the possibilities of new beginnings....

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In Conversation: Gillion Carrara

In Conversation: Gillion Carrara

Happenchance is a timeless collection of drawings, letters, photographs and poems from Alfonso Carrara that commemorate intimate details and recollections of World War II’s Italian Campaign (1942–1945).

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Trope Stories: Eren Sarigul

Trope Stories: Eren Sarigul

South London-based photographer Eren Sarigul shares with us his journey as a photographer, how travel has influenced his work, and the inspiration behind his debut...

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Trope Stories: Ope Odueyungbo

Trope Stories: Ope Odueyungbo

London photographer Ope Odueyungbo shares with us his personal and professional world in the his photography book, Parallel Lines. Although Ope currently shoots for global...

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