Dust, an on-going project by Ujin Lee and Tom Edwards.
i am sooo confused. these are awesome though.
+1 on 3rd and being confused. I don’t know what is going on but it looks sweet!
so freekin cool!
Great work. I wonder how they’re made
oh my god!
i have been wanting to do something like this for so long!
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uuuuh is the first at the Louvre?
Yup cool, stuff.
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These pictures are damn cool, but I’m kind of affraid. The cloud of dust looks like a monster hunting for children (especially the 3rd at the playground). :D
If you tell me these are real and not done in photoshop I’d be pretty damn impressed.
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You are extremely original and I love it. Curious to the process.
Love this work – and Ujin’s Camel Ride into another dimension.
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