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on going faster to be slower According to Christian tradition, sloth is the indifference and inaction of an individual given the gift of life. Laziness was considered sinful for its shunning of god-given talents. To illustrate my concept for Spirit & Flesh, I combined this definition with the attributes of the animal called the sloth. […]
a tribute to PHILIPPE HALSMAN Philippe Halsman changed photography with his profound understanding of human psychology and unique use of space and light. Decades later, Robert Ascroft carries the torch, tapping into his own genius to pay homage to Halsman’s legacy in Spirit & Flesh’s “Jump.” From the iconic image of Albert Einstein gracing Time’s […]
on how to make greed look good Therese Öhrvall and Joel Jägerroos, the photographers behind the fine-art photography team Therese + Joel, describe their style as dramatic, suggestive, a bit cold, and rather dark. Shooting “Greed” for Spirit & Flesh in a Staten Island mansion, they worked with cats, dogs, models, and thousands of dollars’ […]