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"Hiding"
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"Hiding" (2019)
By Paul Rees
Digital Fine Art Print, Framed
10
40x50cm
100
Paul Rees can only accept PayPal .
Profits go to

“All profits made will be donated to the Black Lives Matter Fund. Ever since 2013 in response to the murder of Trayvon Martin they’ve been fighting relentlessly to end violence by the state, liberate Black people, and end white supremacy. I share all their values and I want to support their work, because they fight for an open and free world for everyone, something that has been denied to People of Color and others for far too long. ”

– Paul Rees

About the work

Hiding between her flowers in her urban garden is a lady dressed in a leopard print shirt. The images represent in a brief moment in time, that was gone in the blink of an eye. The picture was taking on my trip to Japan, whilst I was walking around the residential area of Ueno, Tokyo.

About the maker

My name is Paul Rees and I’m an Industrial Designer by trade, with a love for taking photos. With my pictures, I want to turn the focus to the ordinary things we mostly overlook in everyday life, because they quietly coexist with us. By taking pictures I look extremely detailed at the things around me and experience the environment and my surroundings more intense.

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