“Little Crimes of Paris” is a series of  two pages crime stories, that is associations of apparently unrelated candids taken over a three years period. In the respect of the street photography tradition, all scenes depicted are unstaged, unplanned and of unknown people. Like the blog itself, the book has a high touch of surrealism and lyricism. Obviously, all depicted crimes are fictious, and I am sure that they’ll put your imagination at work.

All pictures have been carefully re-processed and adapted for printing on the book’s 25 x 20 cm (10″x 8″) format.  Note that two versions of the book are available, that is on regular and premium paper. Blurb also allows you to select the type of cover, that is soft or hard. I recommend the premium paper + hard cover version, yet the lower cost regular paper is also of good quality. You can preview the 20 first pages in the widget below.

For the regular paper version (80 pages, starts at €23.95, $28.45), click here or through the preview below.

For the premium paper version (starts at €27.24, $32.34), click here.

Note that Blurb handles payment, printing and shipping. I have ordered several times from them and have been very satisfied with the quality of their products. Also, in case of defects or bad quality of a print, Blurb will either offer you a return or reprint.

  19 Responses to “BOOK”

  1. Me réjouis de voir ce nouveau livre. Est-ce toi sur la couverture`? Bizz

  2. Génial Bravo ! Est-ce qu’il y aura une version en français ? Becs

  3. Pas de version en français … ;) Les images parlent d’elles-mêmes et ton anglais est excleent … bises

  4. I just received your book.
    Great photos form a wonderful city!
    Keep up the good work.

  5. Hi Yanick
    My copy arrived yesterday.
    Your inimitable photographic style and a touch of humour make for a memorable experience. Thank you.

    • Hi Charles, I am glad you enjoyed it ! Thanks for the feedback (and for understanding the humorous parts ;) )

  6. Hi Yanidel, great website with beautiful photo’s, like Your book too, congrats.
    I’am visiting all the sites of the SP members. Will take some time.
    Best regards, Peter Kool.

  7. Got my copy today. Love the mood and consistency of the book.

    • Thanks for the purchase and feedback. Consistency was very difficult to achieve within 80 pages, so I am glad you that you think so. Cheers, Yanick

  8. J'ai reçu mon exemplaire hier soir. Un régal. Bravo, je retrouve ton identité si forte dans ces images plus anciennes. Bravo encore.

  9. Evening Yanick,
    I cannot believe I did not order your book sooner – I have followed your blog since you began your 80 week trip! I look forward to what Argentina may bring you, and keep up the fantastic work! I eagerly anticipate your new book!

  10. Hi Yanidel, 
    It's funny I came across your photos in the magazine that they have in the Thai airways flight from Bangladesh to Thailand. Usually photographs don't move me as much as paintings do for example, but one of your photos (the one taken in twilight, with one room in the house opposite lit up with a lamp, and the Eiffel Tower in the background) struck a deep chord. It actually made me take the magazine with me on my flight back, so I can frame that photo and put it on my wall! =P =D It is a painfully beautiful photo, and I looked you up in the net and I had to write this little story.

    I wish you many more adventures and discoveries, and great work that will surely come with it.

    • Thanks Anika for sharing this story. This picture was actually the view from my former apartment and I contemplated it a thousand times. I am glad you will also, somewhere else in the world.

      Thanks again, cheers, Yanidel.

  11. Hi There  bought and loved your book !!

    Flickr friend …"pictomentoes"

  12. Hi Mike (well, pictomentoes in our internet life ;) )

    Thank you for buying it and the feedback.

    Cheers, Yanidel


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