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Fashion Photography Architecture- Warped

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These inkjet self-prints on Japanese silk organza are of architectural figures I found appealing to the eyes of being photographed, Warped and Structured Architectural Photographs, and express them by connecting each to a signified trend of all three. The goal is to experimentally observe what can we can achieve when we stretch photography to other disciplines and tie them all together to create one fluent body of work. The idea of this movement leans toward minimal fashion wear and architectures and pattern which are timeless. Especially the ones expressing lines and plain abstract forms, which relates to minimal movement in photography, architecture and fashion and how photography can create magic when experimented in various ways.

Silks available as scarves for purchase at $33.75. Customized size can be provided. Digital prints available 24" x 36".

Where it's been: OCAD University Annual GradEx 104, 2019


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Additional Details

  • Ready-To-Hang
  • Requires production time
  • Limited Edition Print
  • Original
  • Museum Glass
  • Professional Installation Recommended
  • Insurance Protection

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