Tom Johnson – BOOOOOOOM! – CREATE * INSPIRE * COMMUNITY * ART * DESIGN * MUSIC * FILM * PHOTO * PROJECTS

A selection of images by London-based photographer Tom Johnson. Spanning genres of documentary, fashion, and portraiture, Johnson’s photographs are about people, capturing the essence of his subjects with a careful eye for composition and color. With a client list including Dazed, AnOther, Burberry, and Opening Ceremony, Johnson was named “One to Watch” by The British Journal of Photography in 2017. Whether candid or staged, his images are made with a spirit of exploration and a desire to “tell people’s stories.” See more from Tom Johnson below! Source link

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“Reliving Girlhood” by Photographer Andriana Nativio

Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, and currently based in Boston, Massachusetts, photographer Andriana Nativio grew up surrounded by femininity—her mother had six sisters and each had daughters of their own. Her summers were spent traversing the lakes, creeks, rivers, and woods of Northeast Ohio with her cousins—“while exploring together, we wanted to claim these spaces and make them ours; landscapes we wandered were transformed into our own world, a world that was just girl and just us.” Her series, “Reliving Girlhood,” follows young sisters Jae and Jeni, who Nativio met while…

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Loneliness Shrouds the Peculiar Scenes in Carlos Fdez’s Graphite Drawings

 Illustration #drawing #emotions #graphite #surreal January 28, 2021 Grace Ebert “Enlarged.” All images © Carlos Fdez, shared with permission Through rich, brooding illustrations, Carlos Fernández, who works under the moniker Carlos Fdez, encapsulates lingering feelings of loneliness that cloud modern life. The blurred graphite veils each work with a surreal aura, layering the peculiar scenarios of sheep feasting on a wolf and distressed figures with mystery. “More than just being alone, the greatest loneliness for me is that feeling that nobody understands you, that you are only there, sometimes…

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A Mesmerizing Short Film Imitates Water Flowing Across the Earth with Ink and Dried Pigments

 Photography #ink #paint #short film #timelapse #video January 28, 2021 Grace Ebert You’d be forgiven for mistaking Roman De Giuli’s new short film for aerial footage of Earth’s outer crust. As its name suggests, though, “SATELLIKE” is a mesmerizing timelapse that mimics water gushing through canyons and seeping over mineral-speckled regions with liquid ink. The German filmmaker, who’s behind Terracollage and this hypnotic work about magnetism, created the topographic features on paper using sand, jade, malachite, and a variety of historic pigments dried to imitate their counterparts embedded within…

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Fragmented Garments and Body Parts Drift Away From Steel Sculptures by Regardt Van Der Meulen

 Art #body #sculpture #steel January 28, 2021 Grace Ebert “Untitled” (2018), mild steel, 1900 x 1850 x 900 millimeters. All images © Regardt Van Der Meulen, shared with permission Regardt Van Der Meulen is concerned with the ephemerality of human life, a fascination that manifests in his sweeping steel sculptures. Fragmented and oversized, the works juxtapose the unyielding material with the movement inherent in the figures’ poses and the shapes of their garments. Each of their bodies is incomplete, whether through a bisected limb or torso gaping with negative…

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