The super talented Marian Bantjes has recently updated with some new projects, among them this for New York Magazine’s end of the decade issue, working in foil.
“Depending on how I shot it, it reflected colours, had different hues, and was just generally all-round pretty.” Unfortunately though, it seems it only ended up being used as a 1 × 1.5-inch thumbnail on the contents page.
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