Photographer Ami Sioux's book, Paris 48°49N, 2°29E, is most intriguing. She asked 50 people to draw a map of a part of Paris that was signficant or important to him or her. Then, Ami visited each spot to photograph it. The book, comprised of these juxtaposed sets, is both personal and informative. It would make a lovely souvenir, or could inspire someone to visit for the very first time ....
Ami's first book in the series was Reykjavik. Books for New York and Tokyo are planned.
images courtesy of Ami Sioux
Post by guest blogger: Jane Potrykus from Simple + Pretty