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Awesome never before seen old photos of NYC, full post with some more pictures at The Wall Breakers .
Oliver Lancaster Smith has dropped a new, VERY limited piece, available to purchase now. Email for details.
2 Layer stencil on vintage TH Saunders premium paper. Signed and stamped.
£50 + P&P
E-Mail: email@example.com to purchase.
Or on his Facebook group here.
Quick! Only 1 left!
American photojournalist Eve Arnold, best known for her portraits of stars such as Marilyn Monroe, died yesterday aged 99.
We have been given an EXCLUSIVE sneak peak at Huddersfield photographer, Benn Kafanke’s new series; Derelict.
This set came about when I was planning a project I have started called ‘mills’ which will be available to view later this year, I came across some old derelict houses and mills, I went for the monochrome looks because it adds a greater ammount of texture and emphasises the grim look of the whole image.
- What the artist says about the series.
The works focus on the grimey, gritty and grimness of abandoned spaces. The aim being to represent beauty is not as simple a concept as first imagined. The phrase ‘Beauty is in the eye of the beholder’ rings true and seems to have been an important theme, for these photos especially. The images certainly are beautiful, distilling beauty from an unusual space is always a great mission for any artist!
The series is available as a limited run of the highest quality 18 x 12 prints, price available on request.