Synopses & Reviews
The Little Book of Little Gardens is an artistic demonstration and playful collection of the internationally acclaimed 'Pot Hole Gardener'. The UK's Sun newspaper described the popular and creative East London figure as the -Banksy of guerilla gardening-. This collection of his best work is brought to life using the backdrop of a world mega-city urban environment transformed into this inspirational and photographic book titled The Little Book of Little Gardens. The Pot Hole Gardeners' journey from pot hole to pot hole provides unexpected scene's that brightens the lives of passers-by. As you take the journey with him, your imagination will wander in these themed yet informal gardens that use wonderful props and colourful seasonal flowers. The use of empty miniature benches and chairs inspires and questions the reader to ask - who uses them and why? What are the hidden messages or issues portrayed behind these small yet brilliant pop-up gardens? This must-have gift edition will take readers on a photographic journey down some of London's most iconic locations turning dirty into beautiful, crappy into happy; and doom into bloom.