Brandon Fonville is a Brooklyn-based photographer (born in North Carolina) who shoots lonely landscape portraits that walk a thin line between lighthearted and heartbreaking.
VICE magazine fittingly called his work "photo barf," but surely in a good way. Take a look at the gallery to view Brandon Fonville's photography of everything from animals to the Amish, skate parks and drugstore condom displays.
Implications - There is something deeply poetic about Brandon Fonville's low-resolution photographs. Eerie and thought-provoking, Brandon Fonville's work tends to evoke the feeling of loneliness. His ability to capture small, tender moments that viewers would normally pass by is what makes his "photo barf" unique and stand out against others.
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