Fogeys is a collection of images created by internationally acclaimed photographer David Stewart, celebrating growing old disgracefully.
Comprising upbeat, positive photographs of elderly people in a series of unpredictable situations, Fogeys includes amusing shots of old men dangling their feet inside freshly dug graves and flying down hills on homemade go-karts, plus the spam ladies and the photostrip girls.
The book comes in a choice of covers – blue-striped pyjamas or floral pink nightie and packaged in a unique candlewick bag.
The book launch and one-off exhibition was at The Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), where large-scale iris prints, were on display.
Stewart won the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2015, and has been previously exhibited in the National Portrait Gallery a further 15 times.
In 1995 he directed the Bafta nominated short film Cabbage, which led to the creation of his film and TV production company, Shed Films.
Designed by Browns
20 colour images including one tip-in print
Hand numbered, slipcased edition of 2000