14 Nov 2009
Emmanuel Nouaillier Update
Just under a year ago I featured the work of Emmanuel Nouaillier whose artistic treatment of the ghostsigns in his native France is fascinating. It’s worth having a read of this site to understand some of the meticulous technique that goes into producing his work.
Emmanuel describes the final print output as, “a mix between sculpture, paint and photo to reveal truer than true atmospheres”. His work is “100% handmade” and “each piece is at least several weeks of work, sometimes months”.
I have purchased one of his prints and he has now completed the first part of his ambitious project, title ‘Uncertain urban landscape: walls of the bygone days’. Here are just some of the pieces from this series and there are more to be found in this Flickr gallery I have created. He is currently working to complete his second series which will be titled ‘Focus’ and once this is ready I will provide another update on this site.
If you are interested in purchasing any of this work then please contact Emmanuel directly on email@example.com.
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