The 'Pourri' Series by Frederic Delangle is Artistically Disgusting

By: Ana Lopez - Published: Jan 29, 2012 • References: fredericdelangle & junk-culture
French photographer Frederic Delangle wants his audience to experience up-close a natural process that occurs every second in nature: decomposition. Entitled 'Pourri,' which means rotten in English, this photographic series studies the changes in food, animals and plants when they're decomposing.

Although the thought of seeing rotten animals is not a nice one, the experience of admiring these photographs is both fascinating and repulsive. Full of intriguing abstract shapes and beautiful colors, this series gives decay and death a new artistic perspective. It's impressive to see how all these decomposed elements are combined together to create a tapestry of texture and unusual art.

The best part about the series by Frederic Delangle is that audiences get to experience the process of decomposition without its gross smell. Stats for Gross Garbage Captures Trending: Older & Chilly
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