'Once upon a time, men, women, and (secretly) children smoked.'
Following the success of Cataract, John Berger, one of the great soothsayers of seeing, joins forces again with Turkish illustrator Selcuk Demirel. This charming pictorial essay reflects on the cultural implications of smoking.
John Berger is an art critic, novelist, painter and poet. His many books include Ways of Seeing, the Booker prize-winning novel G, Here is Where We Meet and From A to X.
Selcuk Demirel was born in Turkey and lives in Paris. His illustrations have been featured in major publications all over the world.