Knock Loud, I’m Home

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4th Apr, 2013

It’s still a work in progress so I don’t have a whole stack of images but I really wanted to show you this photo manipulation series by Daniel Barreto, a 21 year-old Boston-based artist. From miniature dive bars with lights to cozy apartments built inside forest trees, it reminds me of a grown-up version of the children’s book, Brambly Hedge (memory jogger at the end of the post)…

I’m quite certain Daniel was an avid reader of Brambly Hedge as a child…

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