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Giacomo Brunelli's Pictures of Mild Animals With Wild Expressions

By: Going Like Sixty - Published:   Updated: Apr 26 2011 • References: creativereview
Giacomo Brunelli has published a book of common animals that are ordinarily seen in a different light. His dark, soft focus black-and-white work brings a sense of foreboding to dogs, cats, frogs, fish, horses, and foxes. These are powerful pictures because they are ordinary subjects photographed in an extraordinary way.

Implications - When you look at this chilling picture, you really can't help but be impressed at how Giacomo Brunelli turns his subjects into wildly captivating pieces of art. His photos that feature canines are especially impressive, and it's hard at times to look away from their haunting appearance. I definitely can't wait to see what else Giacomo produces in the future!

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