Still life has long been a popular genre among photographers, but photographer Ondra Chotovinsky may be the first to refer to it as 'Dead Subjects.' Chotovinsky features various objectsâ€”a run down motorcycle, a circuit board, a statueâ€”in his 'Dead Subjects' series. He reveals his natural artistic sensibility by making the mundane into something interesting. For more of Ondra Chotovinsky's work, check out the links below.
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