June 12, 2008

Eugenio...you genius!





After Anjie of Studio Wellspring left her delightful and uplifting comment the other day I popped over to her blog. While perusing through her posts I stopped on photographs she had posted from Spanish photographer Eugenio Recuenco. They're breathtaking! Artistic, dark, eccentric, and some a bit unnerving...but breathtaking. I'll just let Eugenio speak for himself (below) and thank Anjie for posting some serious inspiration!

"Eugenio Recuenco is a Spanish photographer who is a pain in the ass because he always insists on doing whatever he wants. He works for quite a number of clients both in the advertising and editorial fields all over the World who are also a pain in the ass, because they always want to do whatever they want. Out of these fights between hardheadeds it has been possible to rescue the images for this web site, some better, some worse, but made with lots of enthusiasm and with the support of a great team who refer to themselves as "The Eye of Frosker". The latter is an entity that has come to the earth to bother some and also to amuse some others. If you are one of the latter, stop fooling around and get in."



6 comments:

  1. FANTASTIC! At time I wish life were truly this dramatic and fabulous.

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  2. Oh yeah, me too, James! This amazingly imaginary along with a great soundtrack of course! I always like to imagine life as one big music video anyway. :)

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  3. Stunning! I especially LOVE picture number two! The contrast of color is perfect!

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  4. thanks for the sweet mention, darling! and i love the images you selected from amongst eugenio's huge portfolio. i love getting lost in there. ;o)

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  5. M&Co...me too! It's my desktop right now :)

    Anjie!...Well, of course! Gotta spread the love, right? Thank YOU, again :)

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