More photos from Marlon Kowalski.
I love these! The natural settings converging in the center are gorgeous.
I love the first one Giraffes :3
I’M IN LOVE WITH THESE. Ugh all of them, though obviously the projections on the clothing, siiiiigh, just simply stunning.
The last photograph is amazing. I just watched it for ages.
this is a VERY solid concept. like them all a lot.
Nice to see him up on Booooooom again.
This are singular–especially the projections onto hanging clothes, which brings conceptual art back to the everyday.
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clothes are sweet dude
rest i dunt understand
I like the concept of the “realism” mixed w the idea of “walk into the pic”, over the bridge into another scene idea. I love the concept. I’ve seen this idea in paintings on sites like lisakramerart.com. I have not been interested in photography before, but I would love to have any of these in a picture on my wall.
oh these are quiet poems!
I love this tone, it’s amazing!
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