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Christian Weber - Speak and Spell (2012)

"A fascination with Eastern spirituality led Weber to work on Speak and Spell, a series of photographs that examines human gesture.”

1. Suggesting Astonishment

2. Adoration

3. Holding Fingers Open to Grasp a Weapon

4. Instruction by Silence

5. Beckoning to Bestow

6. Assuring Protection

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A wonderful fact to reflect upon, that every human creature is constituted to be that profound secret and mystery to every other. —Charles Dickens

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Abel Macias

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by Jonathan Burton

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Marcel George

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Laura Prepon for Bella Magazine.


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Laura Prepon for Bella Magazine.

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Stephane Venne

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From Scars

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A little part of my soul

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A little part of my soul

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Architectural Photography by Sebastian Weiss

Fascinated by architecture, photography and mobile technology, Sebastian Weiss abstracts urban shapes and models a new uniqueness by underlining their clear forms and structures. Breaking the essence of a city down to the substance, he frees buildings from their spatial context and known surroundings.

Sebastian Weiss started sharing his photographs on Instagram in December 2010. In September 2013 he became an official photo columnist at AD Architectural Digest Germany (Condé Nast Verlag). His work is also found in the annual edition “Best of Germany 2013” of AD Architectural Digest Germany.

See his work on: Instagram, Tumblr, Behance

I love his work.

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