Oleksiy Guz's 'LoaMan' Photo Set is a Messy Masterpiece

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Jul 8, 2009 • References:
Oleksiy Guz's 'LoaMan' is a clay-covered set of portraits that explores a history of humankind in which the planet created man from loam. It's a fascinating--albeit messy--proposition, and reminds me of how I might act after a clay spa treatment.

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