Photos by Lucas Foglia.
So, so, so curious. The rest of the series is amazing as well, it feels like a different story behind each photo.
I agree, there is a really narrative quality to these images.
i like the narrative and mise-en-scene of each photograph
Woah! I haven’t seen anything like this before, I wouldn’t mind visiting or maybe even live like they do! Seems interesting.
the second image reminds quite a bit of the greek tale of narcissus and yh they do form a narrative
cool.. some of those are kinda creepy – 3rd from the bottom, I imagine has a knife behind her back.
very interesting social documentary, this sort of thing is very big at the moment, a similar british photographer David Spero did a series of people who are settlers making house from fallen trees etc. Worth checking out if your interested by this…
the girls in the lake are just stunning, I also love how haunting the pink dress blowing in the wind is
I agree the girls in the lake are amazing!!
A selection of work by illustrator Alice Conisbee. More images below.
A selection of recent drawings by Seattle-based artist Bette Burgoyne, including her latest foray into working with colour. Click here for previous post. More images below.
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A selection of work by illustrator Boris Pelcer. More images below.
A selection of recent work by artist Val Britton (previously featured here). See more images below, courtesy of the artist and Gallery Wendi Norris, San Francisco.
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