Photos by Daniel Gordon. Brooklyn.
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damn good! when i was a kid i often had the dream to be able to fly. it felt the same then expressed in those pictures. love em!
My god!! I totally agree, I have the same feeling, back to my old dreams…
simple and brilliant
The first one just looks so much like Yves Klein’s “The Leap.” I see how it adds to the series to have a starting point, but the resemblance is just a bit too much for me without the work being a rethinking of Klein.
I had the same dream as a boy, I dreamed I was flying in the park from my house!
mesmerizing. the mood in these photographs is absolutely fantastic, other-worldly.
my best dreams are the ones in wich i fly just like this guy! thanks for sharing!
love the first one (even though it stands out a bit)
this would make a cool childrens book kinda theme
I agree with Katie, the first photograph reminds me of Yves Klein’s The Leap. Denis Darzacq has created a series that is somewhat similar, but takes place in urban enviroments instead.
like really everyone feels like he does in his dreams…
Those are imaginatively beautiful.
Thank you for sharing.
wow. i am perpetually amazed by the ability of the human body and mind.
whoa whats going on. The first is freaking stunning, obviously.
It seems as there is a common theme of childhood dreams in the responses to these pictures! I too had dreams of flight, not exactly the same flight as the flight depicted in these pictures, but flight nonetheless!
this made my day
this artist has evaporated my past beliefs – art is therapy
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