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Local photographer Steve Hollingshead launches 2012 London calendar

London SE1 website team

For the ninth year running local photographer Steve Hollingshead has created a limited edition calendar featuring unusual events from across London.

Local photographer Steve Hollingshead launches 2012 London calendar
Local photographer Steve Hollingshead launches 2012 London calendar

The black and white images of Londoners at traditional festivities, multi-cultural, 'alternative' and one-off events across the city have been taken during each month of 2011 and are presented to correspond to the same month in 2012.

The latest calendar features three SE1 locations. August's page depicts the Watch This Space festival outside the National Theatre on the South Bank, September's picture is the Bermondsey Street Festival and for December Steve has chosen an image of Santacon outside The Anchor Bankside pub.

The spiral bound, numbered and signed calendars are available to purchase direct from Steve's SE1 studio at 10 (or plus P&P). Buy 5 get 1 free.

Also currently available is Steve's black and white photography book, Event, which is a celebration of London's rituals, festivities and eccentricities.

Exclusive London SE1 readers' rate of combined book and calendar purchase: 20 at the studio (or plus P&P).

For more information and to place an order contact Kath Serkis on [email protected] or call 020 7922 1350 or 07530 949014

Hollingshead Studio, 96 Webber Street SE1 0QN www.takingthepics.com

• The calendar and book are also available from Woolfson & Tay in Bermondsey Square.

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