'(In)vulnerable' by Steef Veldhoen Mixes Models & Abandoned Buildings

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Jun 21, 2010 • References: & tinyurl
These portraits by Steef Veldhoen are part of a series called '(In)vulnerable,' which seeks to add a human face to the urban portraits we've seen so much of lately. Typically, these shoots feature abandoned buildings in an advanced state of decay; Steef Veldhoen's version adds spice to the mix with the addition of expressive human models.

The second image is the one that haunted me most. There's something about seeing a model in an angelic white dress draped over a slab of concrete that's visually arresting. See more from this Steef Veldhoen shoot above. Stats for Humanized Urban Portraits Trending: Older & Buzzing
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