Book Film Painting

I recently took part in Stuart Pilkington‘s latest collaborative project Book Film Painting, inviting photographers from all over the world to submit an image in response to an existing artwork from those three mediums. I wrote about Stuart’s previous project Someone I Know on the blog earlier this year (which is probably a part of the reason I got invited to participate).

Having spent a good month-and-a-half brainstorming and subsequently rejecting ideas, I was very impressed with the range and quality of the work submitted. Some took a straight-forward approach, others presented more ambiguous interpretation of their chosen title, but there is a lot of clever ideas and stunning images, so make sure to take time to explore more than a hundred responses. Here are few of my favorites:

Travis Hodges: 1984

Travis Hodges: 1984

Charalampos Kydonakis: Big Nose Smelling Flowers

Charalampos Kydonakis: Big Nose Smelling Flowers

David Newby: An American Werewolf In London

David Newby: An American Werewolf In London

David Torrence: Broken Flowers

David Torrence: Broken Flowers

Caroline Douglas: Jaws

Caroline Douglas: Jaws

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About Tina Remiz

I am a documentary storyteller and visual artist of Latvian origin, currently based in the UK's capital.

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