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Homeless Furniture Photography
This James Rasp Series is Thought-Provoking


By: Josh Triantafilou (Star) Jul 9, 12
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Harrisburg, Pennsylvania-based photographer James Rasp describes himself as an outdoors person on his Behance page, but his series ‘Houseless Beautiful’ takes this orientation to a whole new level.

The series depicts a person interacting with some arrangement of everyday furniture in a way perfectly appropriate to that furniture; the only curious part is that the furniture and people are not inside a house, but outside in streets and fields. Scenes like these instantly make one appreciate creature comforts often taken for granted.

Though the series touches on serious themes, it is also somewhat humorous. For instance, in one shot, James Rasp depicts a woman sitting at a desk, typing on a computer. In another, he shows a man lying in a tub in the middle of a forest.



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