Mark Borthwick


“Synthetic Voices”, the great, long out-of-print and very scarce photo-book of Mark Borthwick, published in Japan in 1998.
Conceived more as an artists book, “Synthetic Voices” is the perfect scrapbook of Mark’s iconic work throughout the 1990’s for Purple, Self Service, Interview, Vogue Italia, etc., alongside his personal photography work, texts, photographs of Maison Martin Margiela, Hussein Chalayan, Comme des Garçons, Paul McCarthy, Patti Smith, Kate Moss, Chloe Sevigny, Rita Ackerman, Kim Gordon, Sinead O’connor, and much more. An amazing photographer who captured and inspired an important period in fashion photography with his playful, natural, poetic and raw images.

Designed by Mark Borthwock and Hideki Nakajima
Introduction by Jeff Rian and Olivier Zahm
Guest edited by Elein Fleiss and Olivier Zahm (Purple prose)
Published by Synergy Inc., Tokyo.

* Condition: Very good – (Tight and clean copy) – All care is taken to provide accurate condition details of used books, photos available on request.

Mark Borthwick - Synthetic Voices (1998)
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