In his spare time, photographer Christopher Anderson shot a lot of photos with a plastic Holga camera that leaked light and caused bleeding color. The result is a series of photos that are impulsive and captivating—a storefront window becomes ghostly, capturing the world in perpetual sunset or an old man stands in the distance, shirtless as the colors bleed into the bottoms of his feet, simulating erosion. You can buy the book here and also read Anderson's kinda heavy statement about the project. Check a couple more images after the jump.
Christopher Anderson’s Nonfiction
January 15, 2008