While we were away working hard (mostly at partying and being dirty rotten scoundrels) over the last few months, we received a lovely little email in our box from an artist named Christopher Carroll. He sent us some samples of his work, and we now understand why smart phones are a dangerous thing to have in public sometimes. Note to self: never check your e-mail while on a lunch date with your grandparents. It's not that we want to hide who we are, but poor granny doesn't need to see penis before the soup arrives.
Regardless, we were immediately impressed with his work. Apparently we are not the only ones, because our friends over at Try Sate Magazine just featured his work on their blog for the print magazine. Theres something captivating and private about his works, that capture our gaze and draw us into the scene. He works with several film and digital cameras, including a Hasselblad (which is impressive enough to give any photographer a HUGE envy boner). Our favourite here at the office, is the one below, with the guy in the 3D glasses. Theres something beautifully amusing and curious about his piece, almost mysterious.