It’s funny how your perception changes, as your perspective changes.
As I walked along Rue Cambon I saw this young lady from the back and thought how sexy and almost daring she looked wearing what appeared to be basically- from my perspective – a sport-coat and legs. As I walked past her and my perspective changed, I stopped and asked if I could take a photo of her. The same look from the front totally changed my perception. With her blouse buttoned to the neck and a sweater over it, her look from the front, is actually quite quaint and demure.
This is Lucas, he’s an artist from Brazil who explores new ways of reconstructing objects, materials, and photographs.
As a contributor for my Faces by The Sartorialist project, Lucas made this interpretive piece of art, to show us what eyewear means to him. Through his use of cutaways and spheres, we’re able to see beyond the top image, into the layers of photographs and self portraits that make up the whole. It’s a great video, a very cool expression and a rare look into the process of an artist.
To see Lucas’s full contribution for Faces by The Sartorialist…click here.