Following from their first hardback book, Tome 1, Desillusion continue the project and present their second instalment which includes photo essays, interviews and more insights into the imprint’s surrounding cultural landscape.
Numbered as issue 46, part two of the Tome series follows suit from the first issue and runs at 260 pages long. As with the magazine format with previous issues, the editorial design and layout is well considered and there’s a healthy amount of photo essays including photographers such as Viktor Vauthier and Quentin De Brey. You won’t just find photo essays though. There’s plenty more content relevant to the culture of Desillusion including an interview with skateboarder Jerome Romain, an essay on the ‘Skate Rats of Paris’ and an NYC guide by Trevor Andrew.
Available from Desillusion now, for a very reasonable €15.