Timeless documents a collection of old prints found in a flea market in Brighton. These photographs give an insight in to British society and its unique values from the 1940’s to the 1960’s. It provokes questions about the people and places captured in the images as well as questioning our attitudes and values towards photographs in modern society. The underlying theme of the publication is how photography has the power to create an everlasting memory: a legacy. The publication consists of a double sided sheet folded to create a booklet which can be opened out to reveal a poster on the reverse. The design and use of Times New Roman as a typeface creates a newspaper feel yet a modern and minimalistic effect.