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    Kevin van Aelst: Cemetery

Photography: We finally celebrate the brilliant mind of Kevin van Aelst

Posted by Rob Alderson,

Occasionally on our daily It’s Nice That safari of creativity, we come across a big beast who we assume has long since graced these pages only to find that for some inexplicable reason they’ve slipped through the net. So it gives me great pleasure to present the work of Kevin van Aelst. For four years his weird and wonderful photographs illustrated the The Medium section of The New York Times and his work has also appeared in titles like Time, Wired, and Scientific American.

Some of this work you may have seen before, but there’s still a time and a place to celebrate a creative talent who combines limitless imagination with excellent execution. So whether it’s USB sticks poked through a pullover to create a cemetery or the world’s time zones represented via broken biscuits, now is that tine and here is that place. If you know the work remind yourself of its brilliance, if you don’t prepare to be delighted…

  • Localtimes-web

    Kevin van Aelst: World Time Zones

  • Drivingatnight-web

    Kevin van Aelst: Driving At Night

  • Appleglobeweb

    Kevin van Aelst: Apple Globe

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    Kevin van Aelst: Splash

  • Heartbeatweb

    Kevin van Aelst: One Heart Beat

  • Shoppingcartweb

    Kevin van Aelst: Blue Tape

  • Tesseractweb

    Kevin van Aelst: Tesseract

  • Finger-rightring

    Kevin van Aelst: Right Ring Finger

  • Finger-leftmiddle

    Kevin van Aelst: Left Middle Finger

  • Finger-leftpinky

    Kevin van Aelst: Left Pinky Finger

  • Finger-rightindex

    Kevin van Aelst: Right Index Finger

  • Finger-rightmiddle

    Kevin van Aelst: Right Middle Finger

  • Finger-rightthumb

    Kevin van Aelst: Right Thumb

  • Finger-leftring

    Kevin van Aelst: Left Ring Finger

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Posted by Rob Alderson

Editor-in-Chief Rob oversees editorial across all three It’s Nice That platforms; online, print and events. He has a background in newspaper journalism and a particular interest in art, advertising and photography. He is the main host of the Studio Audience podcast.