Black and White Abstract Photography at a high ISO
Furthering my experiments in abstraction i have slowly been producing a series of dark almost muddy black and white abstract photography. The series takes inspiration from the look and feel of charcoal drawings and relies heavily on minimal bands of white light as a strong focal point.
Overtime i started to refine this technique and also experiment further which led the some of these images and more being involved in the first printed release under my East Autumn project. The images feature in a limited edition print collection which is also a collaboration with a local Suffolk artist called Mark Lander. Together we worked on a collection of 14 black and white abstract photography and contemporary line drawings which are limited to 15 editions and housed in an unbleached waxed envelope. All prints were printed using a Risograph printed which highlighted the grain in the photographs as well as the pencil textures of the line drawings.
You can purchase a copy of August here.