For many years, Daniel Eatock has travelled through his day-to-day life documenting vehicles which proudly bear evidence of the repairs they have been subject to. Damaged parts are switched for replacements from donor vehicles; their difference in colour an homage to the fix itself. This new iteration in the series, entitled Visible Vehicle Repairs, presents a collection of cars, vans and other automobiles featuring donor parts.

Daniel Eatock is a London-based artist whose rigorous, idea-led practice is rooted in an ongoing exploration of the world around him. He approaches the everyday with wit and wonder, answering questions he asks himself through drawing, painting, sculpture, installation and many other media. Eatock studied Graphic Design at the RCA, and collaboration, a problem-solving approach and a willing embrace of contradictions and grey areas permeates his work. He was born in Bolton, and lives and works in London.

Alongside the zine, Daniel Eatock has created two posters as part of the Visible Vehicle Repairs series, Gold and Blue.