In this book, photographer David Marks has captured the cool road trip of our collective imagination. For the journey, he had two ideal travelling companions: the Diana and Polaroid cameras. The Diana, a cheap plastic tourist souvenir of the 1960s, the bad lens providing a nostalgic haze. And the Polaroid, which spits out a one-off every time, its unique effects created by climate, temperature and physical interaction. Take a hypnotic trip along memory’s lanes and highways with these stunning images.