Hello, I'm Ben Thomas, a photographer currently based in London. Through this site you can buy my photographic work either as greeting cards or as mounted prints. I sell my work at markets around London. I also design t-shirts.

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20% off 5 or more cards

All cards are now £2 each when you buy five cards or more. This offer replaces our Card Packs, giving you greater choice while keeping the same discount.

Without Pier - Mounted Print

£18.00

Photographic print, 10 x 8 inches including ivory mount.

Subject: The funfair at the end of the Palace Pier, Brighton, (or simply Brighton Pier given the West Pier is home only to starlings) seen through the ornate Victorian cast-iron railings of the pier.

£18.00

London Often - Mounted Print

£18.00

Photographic print, 10 x 8 inches including black mount.

Subject: How London often appears (or is perceived to appear).

Taken approaching Piccadilly Circus in the rain on a 88 bus.

£18.00

The Dive - Canvas Print, Limited Edition of 20

£125.00

Photographic print on canvas, approximately 30 x 20 inches (770 x 520 mm) with slight variation on each item, with border-less wraparound framing. This mounting method generates cropping when viewed head-on. Unframed canvas prints will be supplied on orders requiring international delivery; these can be mounted locally.

There are only 20 prints available in this format. All prints in this run will be numbered and signed by the artist.

Subject: A man swimming in a rooftop pool. As one does.

Quirky mounting angle optional.

£125.00

The Union - Mounted Print

£18.00

Photographic print, 10 x 8 inches including ivory mount.

Subject: An old Union flag, folded upon itself.

Partner with:
British Made
Tunnel British Machine

£18.00

Cyberman born of Cybermanfan - Greeting Card

£2.50

Greeting card, A6 size, with white envelope.

Subject: Lego and Doctor Who; how can that not win? Graffiti stencil of a very happy looking, mindless automaton baddie done in the style of a Lego mini-figure found sprayed on one of the piles of the former West Pier in Brighton. I couldn't find any of a Dalek or two, but they might under the Pleasure Pier.

Edit: So it turns out this is derived from one of the symbols the Cybermen used to use in the original series (the precise logo varied with the appearance; rebranding isn't just a wholly-organic human trait).

£2.50
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