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Clever Photographs of Meteors Made From Paper

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News of doom and gloom in the press was the inspiration behind London-based photographer Thomas Brown’s series, Meteor. With warnings of an upcoming recession and negative news forecasts ahead, Brown created his ironic series—he scrunched up balls of paper, creating imaginary ‘meteors’, shooting them suspended in space. The simple series sends the message that there is little point in dwelling on things beyond our control; they are in a sense weightless.

Thomas_Brown_Photography

Thomas_Brown_Photography

Thomas_Brown_Photography

Thomas_Brown_Photography

Thomas_Brown_Photography

Thomas_Brown_Photography

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  • P. Danley

    Looks like the work of Levi Mandel’s “Good Morning!”.

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