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€39 / month
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and a €198 Deposit
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60 x 90 cm

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80 x 120 cm

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125 x 187.5 cm

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THE STORY BEHIND…

How do you let out your frustration when it all gets too much? Scream your head off, stamp your feet, wave your arms around your head in that moment of release, when you’ve had just about enough. This abstract image is an outlet for our own frustration. Sometimes we too just want to chuck fruit around, splattering its insides, squelching it down into pulp. But make of this image what you will. It provides freedom yet brings you back down to earth with a bang.

This photographic series contains four miscellaneous scenes in black and white.

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Andrei Cristian Petrescu (Romania, 1988): mark our words, this guy will go a long way. He might be young, but his technique is already amazing. Take a minute or two to look at those portraits and landscapes in black and white: doesn’t he strike you as a master already? Please don’t hate us for saying this, but: we told you so…

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How do you let out your frustration when it all gets too much? Scream your head off, stamp your feet, wave your arms around your head in that moment of release, when you’ve had just about enough. This abstract image is an outlet for our own frustration. Sometimes we too just want to chuck fruit around, splattering its insides, squelching it down into pulp. But make of this image what you will. It provides freedom yet brings you back down to earth with a bang.

This photographic series contains four miscellaneous scenes in black and white.