Brooklyn-based Italian photographer Andrea Galvani took to the frosty mountainous regions of Austria, Switzerland, and Italy, reaching altitudes of about 2800 meters, for his photo series entitled The Intelligence of Evil. The works depict a snowy, white expanse cut by a cloud of black smoke emitting from the figure of a man in a charcoal suit. The surreal imagery gives the impression of a monochromatic scheme though it is technically in color, only evidenced by the pigments of the man's hands. The artist used military grade smoke bombs for these works and his father stepped in as the mysterious man in black. Does this whole project make anyone else think of Lost?
Andrea Galvani website
via [Job's Wife]
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