P&L Taylor

Walking into P&L Taylor is entering into an establishment that can be surely assumed to not have changed since opening in 1980. The proprietor, Paul, has forgone the modernization that we see in chain garages. Instead there are old, well used tools along with shelves stacked with spark plugs, nuts and bolts. His work space is traditional and proper, the garage is geared to fix, not to replace parts.  It also has strong connections to the ideology that hard work will reap honest rewards.

dirty hands are a sign of clean money

As my very first publication, this book celebrates not only Paul but the craft and trade that so many still do with traditional methods, choosing hard work and labour over the ideologies of cheap and quick consumerism that we see taking over our lives.

Here are a few images from the book

The book comes in two formats, the first is an image wrapped hard back cover and the second is paper back cover. Check them out below and let me know what you think, it’d be great to get your feedback!

P&L Taylor (Hard Back)

By Sam Dennis

P&L Taylor (Paper Back)

By Sam Dennis