The seductive, seemingly abstract photographs of Zander Blom’s Drain of Progress project are the result of playful, do-it-yourself interventions in his working space. In the corners of his studio, using the architecture as his canvas, he creates patterns with cardboard, paint, tape and other available materials. He photographs his creations, after which they are either altered or destroyed. Mimicking the unique nature of painting and sculptures, he prints the photographs in editions of one.
Com as chuvas de ontem, São Paulo se tornou uma cidade submersa. Se você não mora aqui na terra da garoa e não sabe do que aconteceu de fato, perceba o tamanho do caos que ocorreu na cidade nas fotos abaixo.
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