The Suavest Kid in Vrindavan

Jason Thinks About Life





Very Bright Portrait

This photo provides a quick and easy way to have a deep interpretation of a piece of art. The positioning and body language of the two subjects symbolize the emotional distance they are experiencing, which is also symbolized by the big picture of an ocean between them. They are literally “on opposite sides of an ocean,” as the saying goes. The framed wedding picture above the woman indicates that they are married and were once quite close. Hence, the photo tells the story of the invisible deterioration of our most prized forms of intimacy, the peculiar quietude with which we accept estrangement, and the relative smallness of human turmoil in the context of our built environments (the living room). In the original photo there was an iphone between them on the couch, symbolizing the paradox of social atomization arising from the dominance of modern communications technologies. I photoshopped it out because I thought it was ugly, and that the other way was deeper, but what do I know.




Nobody Listens


   School Can Be Nice








Portrait of the Artist

as an Artist

Looking at Someone

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airport friends

jamie & sofia

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lion tamer

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mateo #6

election day commuter

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