A project initiated by Leonardo Senna typographer and art director from Sáo Paulo, Brazil. Work is something playful for him, that’s why tthis typography artwork is kind of fantasticaly spontaneous. Everywhere we go, we are surrounded by people. In the market, bar, coffee shop or on the street. But as we get caught up in the speed of everyday life, we do not notice these people even what’s on their mind. These artworks, through photos and handmade typography, imagines their inner thoughts, their attitudes, wishes, dreams and dark sides. It’s quite interesting what others see in yourself without knowing you. A very fascinating project that we love!
People and buildings
Italian photographer Francesco Paleari latest series wanted to show that the buildings of a city are instrumental in shaping the lives of people.
Lights in Chicago
Chicago-based Japanese photographer Satoki Nagata captures spectacular portraits of strangers for his ongoing series titledLights in Chicago. The collection of images, which the photographer has been accumulating for over two-and-a-half years, present almost ghostly silhouettes of people walking along the wintery streets of Chicago, a glowing projection of their outlines reflected in shop windows. The photographer creates this hauntingly beautiful effect by backlighting his subjects with a remotely controlled, off-camera flash, a technique he continues to perfect.