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4 hours ago, Bill Brooks said:

People objecting to being photographed in public is because of surveillance fatigue.

Here is an image of mine circa 1995.

 

illustration-of-surveillance-you-can-run

 

Have you ever seen this one from 1999?

BuryTheHatchet.jpg

Cranberries album cover.

It features prominently here:

Unless that really is an actual giant eyeball tormenting that naked man, like his soul. In that case, I apologize.

😁

Maybe because Storm Thorgerson (of Hipgnosis fame) omitted the dropshadow. 😂

Could he have known yours? Or is it a case of great minds think alike?

Yours somehow reminds me a lot of number six btw.

 

wim

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36 minutes ago, wiskerke said:

 

Have you ever seen this one from 1999?

BuryTheHatchet.jpg

Cranberries album cover.

It features prominently here:

Unless that really is an actual giant eyeball tormenting that naked man, like his soul. In that case, I apologize.

😁

Maybe because Storm Thorgerson (of Hipgnosis fame) omitted the dropshadow. 😂

Could he have known yours? Or is it a case of great minds think alike?

Yours somehow reminds me a lot of number six btw.

 

wim

 

I was unaware of the album cover when I did my shot.

 

It was The Prisoner closing that inspired me. The shot of Patrick McGoohan being chased across tidal flats by a giant balloon.

 

Made my man naked because there is no hiding anything from surveillance

 

We all stand on each others shoulders.
 
A few years after I made my image there was a Canadian movie made by an Inuit filmmaker called "Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner" that had a naked man, showing all of his naughty bits, running across a vast ice field. In a fit of patriotic fervor the CBC ran the film after midnight in the Inuktitut language, naughty bits and all.

read about it here.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atanarjuat:_The_Fast_Runner

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