"A never before seen synthesis of texture and color in a celebration of the feminine form."

One of the first photographers we wrote about on onfilm.photo was Corey Deshon. If you would like to read the article, you can find it here.

This time we're featuring his latest project, called "Obnoxious Liberals: A Bodypaint Tribute to Jean-Michel Basquiat."
Corey Deshon Tell us more about the project.

What I've done for this series is take selections from the great body of work of the neo-expressionist painter Jean-Michel Basquiat and reinterpreted them using the human body as a canvas.
The resulting bodyscape portraits have been captured on 35mm Kodak Portra 800 as the paintings dissolved away into pools of colored water, creating a never before seen synthesis of texture and color in a celebration of the feminine form.
Corey Deshon The series first opened in an exhibit at The Exchange Room Gallery here in Los Angeles on October 15th, where it will be up until February 2017. Pictures from the opening night reception can be seen at here.
Corey Deshon Also, see more info here.
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