Martin Brink, Untitled
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Martin Brink

Untitled, 2010
From the Trash in Grass series
Website - MartinBrink.se

Martin Brink is a Swedish photographer who lives and works in Helsingborg, Sweden. His interest in photography began as an assistant for a commercial photographer, and grew more serious as he started to make personal work. Martin works mainly in black and white, both in series and graphical single works. He is as excited about screen output as print output, which lead him to make several of his projects available as pdf books, make gif animations and start the blog The Digital Photobook.

Posted on Wednesday, August 31, 2011.

 

 

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