"Black and white, color, positive, negative, alienated, toned blue, green, red and purple, architecture, portrait, street, nature, long shot, close-up...
All that we have already seen by Morten Andersen in a number of very good books before. But all in one book and presented so self-confident and persuasive that it drags us into an apocalyptic vision of beauty and decay, joy and fear, past and future - this never happened before.
And like the Beatles, who in 1968 encased the most tender love songs, silly party knockers, insane sound collages, earthy blues numbers, driving rockers and sweet pop pearls in a neutral white envelope, because everything else would have been a fraud, Morten Andersen wraps up his different styles in a shiny white softcover.
The inscription with his name appears embossed in capital letters and slightly oblique on the title. In the same angle as THE BEATLES on the white album."