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I’d never heard of him until today, or rather I’d probably heard of him, written his name down in one of my countless notebooks, and then lost it. Anyway, check out his newest work here.

There’s a selection below but it’s got a wonderful ethereal feeling to it, inspired by the work of Jules Verne and others, 19th century writers fascinated by the earth and inward journeys to its core. These images remind me of bad 70s horror movies. Random scenes – generally building up to the sexy ones – in old Hammer horrors. Like the directors get one money shot to leave you stricken by their art before they cut to some buxom ladies reenacting a scene from Carmilla.

Anyway, for your viewing please:

Grace Tracy Goliath

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Jonas and Marcel Blue Altar

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Inside Heart

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All photos: Alison Jacques Gallery

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