Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Karel Funk

Karel Funk was inspired by the special interactions and observations we have when riding the subway. How you find yourself staring aimlessly at the ripples of someones fabric or the freckle on their neck.

“I was fascinated by how this boundary of personal space completely disappeared on the subway,” “You could see details of somebody’s ear or neck that you’d never observe just socializing with friends because there’s this boundary we all keep.”

You should check out the article W Magazine wrote about him.
Pretty rad stuff. I am always amazed by people who can paint photo realism.