The visual result of the symbiosis between film matter and organic matter is the conceptual origin of this body of work.
The process involves the cultivation of emulsion consuming microbes on a visual environment created through portraits and a physical environment composed of developed film immersed in water. As the microbes consume light-sensitive chemical over the course of months or years, the silver halides destabilize, obfuscating the legibility of foreground, background, and scale. This creates an aesthetic of entangled creation and destruction that inevitably is ephemeral, and results in complete disintegration of the film so that it can only be delicately digitized before it is consumed. (artist statement)
🍦Leopold’s for dinner🍦 (at Leopold’s Ice Cream)
Photographic Portraits Behind The Canvas By Luca Pierro
I started a new photographic project and I’d like to share it with you. The series is called “Photographic Portraits Behind The Canvas”.
Using a frame and elastic fabric I wanted to create photography that seemed like painted canvas. Once again, I tried to minimize the use of Photoshop. The result is truly amazing. The models look like paintings from the nineteenth century! I did some research and I think that this can be considered as a new technique in the world of photography. The series is still on process.
Steal His Look: Bob Belcher
Versace apron - $635
Fendi mustache - $98
Louis Vuitton shirt - $7,245
Giorgio Armani suede shoes - $369
Calphalon spatula - $179
Me everyday. #IpronounceCoffeeThisWay #IactuallyHateCawfee #dontmakemesayit
I have a new shoot out in the Autumn 2014 issue of Crash Magazine. Styling by Linda Portman. Model is Brogan Loftus at Women Paris. Make up by Jessica Mejia at Era Management.