“Human After All” By Jan Kriwol and Markos Kay explore our similarities, not our differences
Photographer Jan Kriwol and digital artist Markos Kay team up to explore the fragility and vitality of the human body. The project’s name is “Human After All,” and showcases the human body stripped down to nothing more than its circulatory system while it goes through its normal everyday life. From having lunch, stopping by the grocery store, or taking a cigarette break, we follow the subject through it all.
First, the photos were taken by Kriwol in various urban environments. Shot in Warsaw, Grenoble, Tel Aviv, Masada hill in Israel, Berlin, Brussels, and Cape town. Using these photos of real environments Markos comes in to create the subject, creating a 3D rendering using generated particle simulations.
“Human after all,” strips down the subject to its basic parts, erasing all signs of gender and race, the subject becomes just a blank canvas. This challenges the viewer to look inward and explore their own perception of people and the world around them. Because of course, after all, we are all human.
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