Artistic Human Chalk Explosions

In this series, Ukrainian photographer Anton Surkov creates a collection of perfectly timed black and white photographs. In the images, Surkov captures each unique jump, as clouds of white powder explode in the air around the remarkably fit, strong young models.

The photographs exude a sense of energy, and the models demonstrate all kinds of emotion in their dramatic gestures and intense facial expressions. Surkov has mastered extreme lighting patterns that reveal the details of each powerful body as it is consumed by bursts of chalky dust. Each great moment is more original than the one before, I can’t wait to see more of Surkov’s imaginative and explosive work!







Anton Surkov’s website
via [Slow Show]



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