Today we’re taking a look at a French publication—something we don’t do often enough here—with Geum Urbanum by Geoffroy Mathieu, the latest release from the celebrated Éditions Filigranes. The book, slightly larger than an A4 format with a landscape layout, explores Tangier, Marseille and Edinburgh in terms of their relationships to nature. Its name is taken from the Latin term for wood avens, a European plant commonly found in rubble, hedgerows and the edge of woodlands.
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