Parisian photographer Vincent Leroux is inspired by the human relationship with territory. His incredibly intricate photographs of European interiors liven up inanimate objects, as each interior was envisioned and constructed as a work of art, and Leroux’s appreciation for this shines through his photographs.
Leroux shoots for reputable publications like AD and Marie Claire Maison, amongst others, and his portfolio includes a diverse array of interiors as well as creative portraits. Leroux finds inspiration in the most unlikely of places, which is attributable to his attention to detail, as his lens finds beauty in images the naked eye may normally overlook.
Implications - "Shabby-chic" is a concept that has been revived post-recession. The wealthy who weren't hit hard by the economic downturn wish to display their wealth in a tasteful way without heavily relying on the garish.
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