I’m in love with the work of the photographer Kuba Dabrowski! He was born in Bialystok (Poland) in 1980 and has been living in Milan since the beginning of 2011. Photographer with an eclectic personality, Kuba’s work ranges from a reportage in Afghanistan, to fashion shoots and the portraits of celebrities, especially those from his native country, Poland.
Besides being a photographer, he also writes articles about photography for specialized Polish magazines and has published a book entitled “Western”.
His website has a great art direction, have a look here.
What inspired your work?
“Crime comics such as “Diabolik” and children 3D/pop-up books”.
How did you create the photos?
“I worked on my kitchen’s table with a little bit of helping from my four-year old nephew.
I took pictures of fragments of comics which I enlarged, printed on thick cardboard and cut them out. Then I used the cut-outs to recreate a city and a jungle”.
“A woman who is able to get by in any situation, even a jungle (though, this is in fact an asphalt jungle) while maintaining her elegance”.
If you had to choose three words to describe the sunglasses shot for your project, what would they be?
“Ride on a vintage convertible”.
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