We’ve got such a thing for subtle photography with the subject matters of seemingly mundane, everyday views and people. There’s just something so comforting in looking at art that is of images that anyone could say they’ve seen, and likely see on a daily basis. There’s a sort of beauty in the ordinary of Sean Litchfield’s work, but also a bit of horror, too. A sort of “is this what we’ve made of our country?” We like it a lot. Would look nice blown up and in a really starkly modern space. More here.
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