The city of Los Angeles affects peoples‘ lives in more wonderful ways than one. Compiled over multiple overseas trips to the City of Angels over the past few years, young Parisian photographer Karl Hab‘s new book 24H LOS ANGELES is a single vision of Karl’s experience with the bustling West Coast hub that’s emboldened by themes of light, color, travel, and landscape. With no page numbers, the 196-page book is a narrative that corresponds to the morning, noon, afternoon and evening, with GPS coordinates to represent the captions of the photos. New York City-based artist Daniel Arsham also contributes an eloquent introduction that’s featured on the first page.
24H LOS ANGELES is Karl’s first hard cover book, and comes shortly after the release of his first project Window Seat Please. Check it out above and pre-order it online now, while a book signing is scheduled for April 5 at colette.