Anyone even slightly art-minded will know the feeling when, right in front of your eyes, the scene you are witnessing transforms into a real-life collage, a perfect composition of colour and shape. The same feeling is triggered when you are carrying a camera, your eyes are on look-out mode for when the world becomes handsome, and it’s time for you to capture it.
Julien Capelle’s project Looking for graphic things is simply this idea, done well. His images are so well composed they are almost collages, and his knack for spotting the juiciest, natural colour collaborations is second to none. Great project.
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