“Car crash studies”, photos by Nicolai Howalt.
These photographs are quite beautiful and hypnotic at first. Then they are intense and troubling when I think about the mangled cars they are referencing. Quite a dynamic experience in each photograph. Thanks for sharing.
These are simply beautiful. At first, I thought they were paintings.
Alongside Per Bak Jensen, Nicolai Howart is my favourite danish photographer. Both “Dying Birds” and “How to Hunt” has been on display near where I live this spring, and I am constantly amazed by his works. His website is definitely worth checking out – http://www.nicolaihowalt.com/
These photos are quite beautiful and intriguing. I almost wish I didn’t know before hand that these were called “car crash studies” and then learned afterwards. It takes away some of the abstractness of the photos when you already have a solid concrete physical thing you can link them too.
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