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Maciek_Jasik_Photography

Polish photographer Maciek Jasik uses sprays of limitless color to deflect from the reality of an image and express a more emotive interpretation of the scene before us. In his ongoing series The Cycle, each photograph is drenched in fluid punches of neon and crimson to highlight the loneliness and pain of young people roaming the desert in an act of self-abandon. Describing the tragedy of losing both brother and mother at a young age, Jasik explores the infinite landscape with his camera in a confusion that is both searching and devouring. Color permeates every image like heat rising from the rocky ground, the figures disappearing into a desolate horizon unknown.

Maciek_Jasik_Photography

Maciek_Jasik_Photography

Maciek_Jasik_Photography

Maciek_Jasik_Photography

Maciek_Jasik_Photography

Maciek_Jasik_Photography

Maciek_Jasik_Photography

This post was contributed by photographer and Feature Shoot Editorial Assistant Jenna Garrett.

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