03.03.16 by Staff

Suspended Moments of Heightened Suspense by Aaron Tilley and Kyle Bean

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Created as a visual accompaniment to Jordan Kushins’ essay, “In Anxious Anticipation”, for the latest issue of Kinfolk, photographer Aaron Tilley and art director Kyle Bean orchestrate a series of mundane scenarios, perfectly suspended at the point just before the proverbial bubble bursts. More images below.

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Aaron Tilley’s Website

Kyle Bean’s Website

Kinfolk Magazine

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  • naked pineapple

    this is truly great. you can actually feel it

    • yea the sounds especially

  • tg

    love this set! and absolutely agree with pineapple here





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