Photography Artisanal Post-Modern Slum Posted on May 25, 2020June 10, 2020 by Thomas Slatin 2020Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostYou Have Always Been My Wildflower Next PostFreedom 23 thoughts on “Artisanal Post-Modern Slum”This image really is picture perfect. I love the contrast between the graffiti and the beautiful architecture. The daylight, silver car and person riding a bike really work well together harmoniously.Loading...ReplyThe art looks like a free hand sketch, colourful and turned perfect. The area looks quite, looks like the pandemic hasn’t been eased there. Nice shot ThomasLoading...ReplyThe building looks good, but the paintings on the walls make it look uncomfortable. Perhaps many free young people who live in this neighborhood.Loading...ReplyThe blue hue goes well with this scene. It really brings the photo to lifeLoading...ReplyA moment in time beautifully captured. This is a work of art.Loading...ReplyI can see the man in the background wearing a mask. This must have been taken during the pandemic.Loading...ReplyThe building has that traditional old school look. Buildings this type tend to last for a very long time.Loading...ReplyI almost missed the man walking a dog with a mask. The coronavirus sure has affected the way we live!Loading...ReplyThe tree adjacent to the building is almost as tall as the building itself. I can tell that tree is at least a few decades old given its size.Loading...ReplyThe paintings looks like an old ghetto, but I thing is certain from this picture; it’s taking during this pandemic. I see the man walking his pet on a nose mask. Lovely conceptLoading...ReplyIt doesn’t look like a slum to me. If it is then it is a very modern one.Loading...ReplyThe level of detail here is really nothing short of impressive. That’s a nice camera you have!Loading...ReplyI find the grafiti on the wall very artistic. They were definitely done by a pro.Loading...ReplyInterestingly, this place looks much akin to where I live. I was delighted to see the resemblance.Loading...ReplyTo be honest i would fancy living at a place like this. It is admittedly much better than my current residence hahahaLoading...ReplyTthe graffiti in the building is nice. Although it vandalizes the building but for me it’s a great work of art.Loading...ReplyIf this is a slum then I like it, It is clean and orderly. I think this is far from a conventional slum but who says it cannot be modernized? I am all for it. Less clutter less trouble.Loading...ReplyThis is quite a very unusual slum area. It’s quite organized and clean, and even the graffiti seems to be like that too.Loading...Replynice angle of the capture lense. some blocks are good in photography.Loading...ReplyIf not for the graffiti on the wall, one would not call this place a slum. It is quite a neat neighbourhood I must say.Loading...ReplyGood job on this photoshoot. The effects, the buildings and the graffiti on walls. Such a good day!Loading...ReplyThe architectural design looks great. The graffiti does not fit though. too bad.Loading...ReplyGreat task on this amazing photoshoot. The building and the wall is fantastic.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. ΔThis site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.