These Creative Partners Look into the Lives of Their Artistic Neighbors

By: Vasiliki Marapas - Published: Jul 23, 2014 • References: robbrulinski & featureshoot
After moving into a former Baltimore factory, 'The Copycat,' photographer/writer/online editor Rob Brulinksi and his creative partner Alex Wein decided to create a photo studio in the building; what they ended up with was an intimate series documenting the spaces of their artistic neighbors.

The Copycat not only offers creative freedom to its residents, but also a sense of community, making it the perfect place for artists to congregate. Every single resident in the building was photographed for the eye-opening series.

Of the project, Bulinski explains, "The universal story I took away from the residents were their sense of pride with creating art without a purpose beyond the sake of creation. My neighbors were magicians." Stats for Artistic Space Photography Trending: Older & Mild
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