Dan Mountford is a freelance graphic designer and photographer based in Brighton, a town on the south coast of England. With his 23 years, he has been recognized worldwide for mastering the double exposure.
In an age where it is easy to manipulate and combine images digitally, manual labor earns extra credit for mastery of traditional techniques. Here’s how Dan Mountford has been known thanks to his double exposure images, obtained by the camera and the use of digital resources by only making color settings and adding elements such as lines and dots.
His images not only impress for technical reasons, but for the complexity of the visual discourse: the artist reinterprets the elements that surround him translating them into images that seem to come from the unconscious, which leaves the viewer a strong desire to see more. Although his portfolio is not very extensive, his photographic series catch anyone by the great performance and thoughtful composition. Thanks to this, he has collaborated with The Economist, EMI, Velvet Hammer and more.
Source and images: Dan Mountford
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