Walk This Way: A Ramble

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A Ramble

Published April 2015
ISBN 978-1-910578-02-5
A3 fold out map
Author – Robert Good
Editor – Alban Low
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Walk This Way provides complete instructions for a ramble of your choosing, with map, legend and explanatory text to cover all reasonable circumstances. Suitable for all weathers and glovebox compatible, this is nothing short of a complete guide for your journey through life.

Robert Good

Robert Good

Robert Good is the founder of Art Language Location (ALL) an art festival taking place over two and a half weeks in October in locations throughout Cambridge, UK, featuring innovative and experimental contemporary artists from across the UK and beyond who use text in their work.

To find out more about Robert Good and his work visit –
http://robertgood.co.uk/

This map was first exhibited at the ‘On the map’ exhibition at the Sunbury Embroidery Gallery, Sunbury-on-Thames in 2015.

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Wandling: A Photographic Walk Along the River Wandle

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A Photographic Walk Along the River Wandle

Published April 2015
ISBN 978-1-910578-01-8
A3 fold out map
Author – Bill Mudge
Editor – Gina Mudge & Alban Low
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BUY  Wandling – £2 (+£1.20 P&P to UK address)

A map and photographic trail by Bill Mudge. This is a 5 page map that folds out into one large A3 size map with route and description. Start your walk at Mitcham Junction Station. Finish at Wandle Park and take the tram back to Mitcham Junction. The route takes 2 hours and is 6 hours long. Add extra time for dawdlers, island exploration and clingwell slice consumption. Take a camera. Enjoy!

Bill Mudge's Wandling Map

Bill Mudge’s Wandling Map

Bill Mudge is one of the quieter members of London‘s Jazz circuit but he hasn’t gone unnoticed by fans and critics alike. He released his debut album, Skylight, in 2011 and the same year played alongside Kit Downes, Lewis Wright, Paul Booth, Tom White and Piers Green on Paul Jordanous’ debut ‘And now I know’.

He was raised in the beautiful town of Lymington, near the New Forest in Hampshire, and his compositions reflect this close relationship with nature. He now lives in London but remains true to his roots and has established a plentiful kitchen garden adjacent to his property. He is truly a renaissance man and regularly draw upon his time as an arts student in Bath, UK for his inspiration. Bill Mudge continues to work as a photographer alongside his music career.

To see more of Bill work visit his website at
https://mudgephoto.wordpress.com/

This map was first exhibited at the ‘On the map’ exhibition at the Sunbury Embroidery Gallery, Sunbury-on-Thames in 2015.