Photographing the entropy of our world can be a difficult task. Although it is human and environmental nature, sometimes decay and destruction cannot be depicted in a beautiful light. Such is not the case with Michael Raymond Clarke's photography. His work depicts a beautiful chaos that oscillates between the excitement of a deconstructed world and the muted numbness of the leftovers. Of course, for his photography that does not fall into this generalization, Clarke's aesthetic is extremely appealing for its harsh indoor flashes, beautiful mediterranean colours, and plenty of white space. For those of you who are starting to see a pattern in photography that I tend toward, we would all agree that Clarke's contemporary aesthetic fits into onwhitewalls' mandate quite nicely.
March 31, 2011
March 29, 2011
Palu''s mediterranean pinks are helping me get through this rainy day. Its like a symbiotic relationship -- me and photography.. I need it to be happy and it needs me (or someone) to survive.
March 23, 2011
God, I don't even know what to say. If I could do this then I wouldn't be blogging. Sorry guys.
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March 21, 2011
I've been avoiding posting about Olivier Zahm for too long now.. I guess that I always found it too difficult to narrow his black and white socialite shots from events around the world down to only a few representative shots. I picked these both for their aesthetic appeal, but also based on who is depicted. Check out the rest of his photography and see how you'd curate his work down to a few..