From 2010–2016 David Wadelton drove all around Melbourne photographing and accumulating suburban typologies. He used the virtually obsolete medium of black and white film to capture fading institutions such as milk bars and newsagents.
In the course of these travels, his attention sometimes strayed from his primary focus to unforeseen views. Gradually, and without any plan, a collection began to form. With tongue-in-cheek, he named it Greater Melbourne, after the street directory that was in every car before the advent of GPS devices.
Edition of 100, signed and numbered.
48 pages, 21 x 28 cm, hardcover, M.33 (Melbourne).