The new works of Sabina Costinel, guest on Cultartes, made me automatically think about the True Detective intro. Her brand new photos are the pure example of combining urban stream art with symbolic photography. For her, the city, the metropolitan environment signifies not only a concrete jungle where our souls turn into white muffler smoke and disappear, but also the place where, if we take a close look, you can find the silent beauty of dream poetry.
Here are a couple of Sabina Imagery‘s new photographs, from the “Urban Exposures” series:
Bonus: a true illustration of “lost in the concrete”:
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