With only three posts a week and a world filled with creative people there are many artists waiting to get a featured article here on Bleaq. I have a folder on my computer filled with over 150 names and images of artists that I’d love to share with you, so no need to worry about Bleaq’s future content ;) One of the artists that has been in that folder for ages is Russian fashion photographer Elizaveta Porodina. The reason why I didn’t feature her work earlier is a bit a lazy one: I just couldn’t cut down here portfolio to twenty-thirty images to share with you – I love all her series too much. Last week I thought: why should I be so hard on myself? I want to share amazing art with you, even if that means I have to share over forty images of the same artist. So here it is, finally! To keep it practical I decided to share Elizaveta’s work in two parts. Today’s post will feature her more modest, bleak work and tomorrow you can expect another article which shows the futuristic, colourful side of Elizaveta’s wonderful portfolio. Enjoy!
Excited to see more of Elizaveta’s work? Check back tomorrow for a selection of her more futuristic work! See you then!