Helsinki-born photographer Osma Harvilahti is absolutely killing it with his studies in colour, composition and visual abstraction. His images are aestheticised so far to the point that reality takes on an almost sculptural feel.
Osma’s photographs seem familiar, almost as though we have already seen or have taken mental screen shots of these images of every day life - clutter in a lounge room, clothes on a washing line, a plate of fruit. It’s this perfect balance between aesthetic and reality that he has found an almost comforting place for the viewer.
Kid Dynamite - S.O.S.
My heart skipped a beat that night before we said goodbye, did you catch it? Please say you caught it.
no one taught him how to dog :(
Lenten Roses - Onyx Odyssey variety, doubled and undoubled
Another specimen for my goth garden pinterest board!
Those are stunning
Francis Alys - Sometimes Making Something Leads to Nothing (1997)