The Day-to-Day Life of Albert Hastings- A detailed shot showing two cups of tea being made. Maybe he is making a cup of tea for the photographer or maybe he always makes two cups because he missis someone?
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This documentation of ordinary life reveals the beauty and the profound moments that often pass us by. There is an acute attention to detail and the beautifully clear photographs expose the elaborate textures in even the simplest glimpse of normality.
Photography: Daniel Ginns looks to find the beauty in painted-over graffiti
Artist Daniel Ginns is fresh out of a degree in illustration at Camberwell, but as it turns out he’s a dab hand with a camera too. His series Rothko Walls records the walls in and around London which used to boast graffiti, and now display only the “free-floating geometric shapes” which remain after it has been badly concealed by a halfhearted paint-job. The new layer of paint is often “only a slightly different shade of colour from that of the original wall,” he explains, “creating imagery…