Alastair Philip Wiper’s new book, Unintented beauty, promises to offer a fresh look into the beauty of things we usually consider too utilitarian for aesthetic appreciation. We can’t wait to get hold of the book and immerse ourselves into the world of factories, laboratories, and shipyards!

“Something I want to do is challenge what people think of as beautiful because there are a lot of things that you can say are ugly and beautiful at the same time,” he adds. “The title of the book ‘Unintended beauty’ is meant to be a bit provocative. A lot of beautiful things should have a bit of ugliness to them.”

My best wishes for an inspiring reading time!

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