London-based photographer Wilson Hennessy's new series China Bang features old-fashion figurines caught in the middle of a color explosion. Hennesy's subjects in his photography are bold and commonly conceptual. His focus is merely on a single event instead of complex compositions.
Within the midst of the explosion, the figurines take a ghostly look, blending with the chaos that surrounds them. I am quite a fan of the single colors used in the explosive series, as it balances out the clutter depicted in the composition with a more focused angle. It would be quite appealing to see multiple colors exploding on the white surface as well, but the artist has strictly stuck with the single color and emphasized his work through the bright toning.
Explosive Figurine Captures
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