French photographer Frederic Delangle wants his audience to experience up-close a natural process that occurs every second in nature: decomposition. Entitled 'Pourri,' which means rotten in English, this photographic series studies the changes in food, animals and plants when they're decomposing.
Although the thought of seeing rotten animals is not a nice one, the experience of admiring these photographs is both fascinating and repulsive. Full of intriguing abstract shapes and beautiful colors, this series gives decay and death a new artistic perspective. It's impressive to see how all these decomposed elements are combined together to create a tapestry of texture and unusual art.
The best part about the series by Frederic Delangle is that audiences get to experience the process of decomposition without its gross smell.