SEBASTIAN WEISS: THE CORNER

Sebastian Weiss makes me wonder that the world of paraphilias is more extense than you would think of. There’s something in his photography that is so unique, so perfect and so precise that makes something even sensual out of concrete. This German photographer fascinated with architecture defies logical reasons; in the same way that planes fly, his buildings seem light, attractive and free of context.
Parts of sky and structures are what, basically, fill up Weiss’s work in such an harmonic way they seem to be alive. If there was a Playboy of buildings, it would be Sebastian’s. And I would probably end up like those people that married national monuments and objects.
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JAMES BALL aka DOCUBYTE: DEEP DOWN IN THE BACKGROUND

We can’t help but feeling a kind of inner joy, a shiver down the spine, everytime we come across someone like James Ball aka Docubyte. It’s like drinking the first sip of Coca-Cola that one day of the year you feel like having one without adding whisky to it or feeling like a sugary rubbish addict.
James Ball is bold. He’s not scared of making the background the protagonist of the compositions he creates; the central objects that, one would think, should take up most of the space, sometimes get lost in plastic lively colours in Ball’s work. And he does is too right. With his amazing visual taste, photograpy and retouching combo he’s been published nearly everywhere you’d like to be published in the UK. So, yes, let’s follow Docubyte.
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