This clever editorial work by Brock Davis will surely make you think. Filled with compelling content, it has a more serious tone than his previous works such as Rice Krispyhenge and his t-shirt line, although there is still an obviously playful note to each image.
Shot for such publications as the New York Times Magazine, Fast Company, Wired and Money magazine, this editorial work by Brock Davis deals with a slew of issues, from persuasion profiling to the lack of innovation in the world today and even the business of water. Through imaginative and creative still-life scenes, Davis illustrates these topics and concerns in ways that really complement the articles they accompany.
Although the imagery found throughout this editorial work by Brock Davis is often simple, they still pack quite the punch.
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