Created by Imran Ciesay and Solomon Boyede in 2013, Places + Faces has taken over the internet with their brand of raw imagery.
Having quickly gained a reputation for their candid style shots using retro equipment, P+F have captured some of the biggest names in music, including Skepta, Kanye West and Ian Connor.
Collaborating with Palladium, P+F take us on a photographic journey through the streets of London. Starting in depths of Peckham Rye, passing the hardened backdrop of the Barbican building, before heading north to a late night lock down in Dalston.
Shot on a 90s Olympus Muji II camera, the team take us through the capital's urban landscapes, meeting up with friends and collaborators, including rapper Drew Mula, musician Kelvin Krash and DJ Yinka.
Watch the video of the Places + Faces x Palladium collab below:
With access to hidden locations, P+F give us a unique insight to a vibrant music and creative scene, with their frank shots of urban life.