Yes, another mod photo project, but Mod UK by Owen Harvey takes a slightly different tact than some others we have featured in the past.
Thanks to Ben for pointing out that Mod Couples isn’t the only mod photography project on the block. Mods and Sods by Jamie Garbutt is also ongoing – and is well worth checking out.
If you want to see some amazing photos of the ’60s, particularly some early images of The Who, you want to check out The Sixties: Photographs by Roger Kasparian at Snap Galleries.
I saw this mentioned on The Guardian site, but thought the Mod Couples photographic project by Carlotta Cardana should really get a plug on here, Not least, because it is an ongoing project that you can be part of.
Credit to John Roberts, who spotted an article in Umbrella Magazine (above, which you can read online) about Sonic Editions and its mod-related photography.
If you happen to be in old London town in the next couple of weeks (or live there already), you might want to check out Absolute Luck, an exhibition of unseen photographs of The Jam.
Big thanks to Greg Wish for sending over photos he took during the Brighton Mod Weekender 2012.
Not the longest clip, but David Bailey talking the East End ahead of his new exhibition is well worth a couple of minutes of your time.