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Justin Edward John Smith is an English-born artist who has a lineage in fashion photography and the performing arts. Smith's artwork celebrates sensuality and the beautiful at a moment in history when passion and emotion are the stuff of everyday living. Our brief was to conceptualise, art direct and design a monograph to accompany an exhibition of the same name at the Goddard De Fiddes Gallery in Perth, Western Australia. Created as an impressive large format monograph, A Miracle of Modern Colour Photography presented a series of colour plates, inset into each of the hand bound pages.

It seems appropriate for this time to have an art that reflects the reality of lived experience – an art that speaks directly to the passion of the day – Julian Goddard.
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