The Thomas Brown Meteor Series is Deceptively Weightless

By: Gil Haddi - Published: May 28, 2013 • References: & featureshoot
Inspired by the doom and gloom that pervades the news and media on a consistent basis, the Thomas Brown Meteor series wants to draw attention to the fact that we shouldn't sweat over the things we have no control over.

The photography project captures miniature meteor models that are made out of crumpled up pieces of paper and thrown up into the air to seem as though they have been photographed flying through space.

While there are many people who live in fear of the day that a meteor might hit Earth and end life as we know it, the Thomas Brown Meteor photography series emphasizes that these kinds of worries hold no actual weight. Stats for Crumpled Paper Comet Captures Trending: Older & Chilly
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