The 'Illuminated Crowd' Photos Show the Fragile Nature of Expression

By: Amanda Chang - Published:   Updated: Aug 3 2011 • References: behance.net & photographyserved
Whether or not you are in touch with the artistic world, you can definitely appreciate the 'Illuminated Crowd' sculptural photos. Photographed by Gilles Brouillette, these photos portray the various arrays of raw emotion that can be expressed by mankind.

Originally sculpted by Raymond Masson in 1985, the collection of individuals is guaranteed to be quite the moving and emotional sight, whether you experience its viewing through these photos or in person.

Implications - In response to the recent proliferation of sterile technology in first world nations, the demand from consumers for emotive and humanistic products is on the rise. Consumers want to be able to empathize with products the way they do with these artistic sculptures. Corporations looking to increase their product revenue may consider design elements with human-like qualities.

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