a piece of luck & other stories
old books, discarded, dismembered, or worthless and forgotten. photographing these books over months, in ever changing light, the imprint of time revealed their contents. I was interested in showcasing the craftsmanship of yesteryear, of traditionally printed books before the digital age. their texture and quality suggest a lost art. these images are delicately composed landscapes where perspective and perception are manipulated. nuances of horizon lines ask, ‘what do you see?’
many thanks to heidi romano for providing the images for this post!
heidi romano is a self-taught, fine art photographer and full time dreamer based in melbourne, australia. she is the curator and founder of unless you will, an online journal showcasing photo-based art.
tales of light.com.au
unless you will magazine