Photographer Paul Jung's minimalist faceless photography series presents images of people from behind and from profile views in order to conceal a subject's face. All of the images are photographed in black and white.
This elegant photography series highlights the sharp lines of the simple background to show movement and direction within the images. In addition to this, the subjects of the images appear to be moving as well. Some images show people about to fall over, others are walking through vacant streets and some subjects look as if they are attempting to walk through walls.
This photographer's appreciation for abstract art and fashion is reflective in this minimalist faceless photography series. The balance between descriptive images and personal views allow the audience to understand the images and assess each one.
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