Christopher de Béthune: Knights in white satin

3 a.m, finally home.

I roamed those streets, again.
Some will mark the city,
some will get drunk,
some will find love.
I will be with on their side for the night, again.
3 a.m,
finally home.

After his book Outland, Knights in white satin is Christopher's second book published with dienacht Publishing.

Size: 13 x 18,5 cm, 68 Riso printed pages
Cover printed on silver paper, perfect binding
Edition of 200 copies, numbered
12 €
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This serie is the result of three years of traveling, from the south to the south. As we lost ourselves in seven countries, from the north to the north.

A list of photobooks that I discovered this year on the one side, and on the other side some books from my collection which are totally underrated.

Trying to be there without being there. What I like the most about wandering the streets, is that i sometime feel like a stray cat, both moving [...]

“And where is it, this place?” “That’s the point, it is nowhere. […]"

PAK! Pak! is an onomatopoeia which imitates the sound of impact.

A Riso-printed journal with single images about the last few years; a love letter to friends, strangers, places, roadtrips and the darkness.