In early 2010, photographer Timothy Archibald published a set of photographs featuring a delicate young boy in a series of portraits portraying varying degrees of implied vulnerability. The boy is Archibald’s autistic son, and the essay was dedicated to highlighting the constraints of the condition. Continue reading
Washington, DC-based artist Bryan Lewis Saunders has adopted a unique approach to creating his artwork. In a series of incredible self-portraits in different drawn mediums, Saunders shares with us how his self-perception changes under the influence of various narcotics and drugs.
Of the portraits generated, the following are particularly striking: