This book has 200 sumptuous full bleed portraits of the citizens of Tucson.
The Tucson Portrait Project set out in 2008 to photograph over 7,000 people at various events in the Tucson, Arizona area. These photographs were edited down to just over 6,000 and were photographically applied to tile for the entrances to the new downtown 4th Avenue Underpass. Gary Patch and Darren Clark spent over six months shooting, editing and managing the images and information for this enormous undertaking.
Here they share some of their portraits taken for the project.
Tucson Portrait Project Published August 02, 2009