The Street Beneath My Feet


Water and waste pipes, electricity cables and rail networks- there’s a whole world that enables our daily functioning in ‘The Street Beneath My Feet’. Yet what of history? From fossils to skeletons, remnants and artefacts. There is so much to contemplate and consider. Hidden life is revealed too too, alongside environmental and physical geography.

Charlotte Guillain and Yuval Zommer have constructed a fascinatingly intricate, layered series of information, within a cascading picture book framework. ‘The Street Beneath My Feet‘ draws in a reader and holds the interest, because each fact offers greater enquiry and discovery. This is a superb  work.


The Street Beneath My Feet

Charlotte Guillain and Yuval Zommer

(Words & Pictures)- hardback

The Street Beneath My Feet‘ takes the reader beneath the pavement to explore the systems that keep us functioning. From water pipes to travel networks, artefacts to soil types, we consider the potential of ‘The Street Beneath My Feet‘.


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