London-based illustrator Daniel Frost moved to the big smoke from Staffordshire and was blown away by the English capital’s diversity. He wanted to find a way to capture how different London’s residents are, and to do so in an original way, so Haircuts of Hackney was born. It’s a fun book showing the different hairstyles found around the borough of Hackney and acts as a kind of tongue-in-cheek encyclopedia. He takes inspiration from the real people he sees around town, and includes identifiable ‘dos like the ever popular man bun (mun), the rebellious and alternative bit on the side, where half the head is shaved, the towering high top, the American tourist, and even Orthodox locks, representing the large Jewish community in East London. To get your hands on your own copy, head over to Hoxton Mini Press.