Black and white photography has always been very enchanting. Now it seems black and white art is becoming very popular too. These images by London-based artist Charlotte Mann are created primarily using markers and white emulsion walls, or in addition, glass and acetate. Her life-size installations depict, among other scenes, household goods with people in cluttered environments. These scenes draw the viewer in order to seek out details.
Mann has worked with Dazed and Confused, Japan and fashion designer Peter Jensen for his catwalk shows. She has also designed personal installations for private homes and parties, in addition to designing a special edition for Kickers boots.
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