Dek Unu Magazine - Jonk

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Dek Unu Arts
Square / 8" x 8"
38 pages Perfect-bound
abandoned, conceptual photography, fine art photography, nature, nature photography, urban exploration, urbex

French artist-photographer Jonk seeks out his photo ops in “wastelands” – once thriving sites of man-made enterprises, now abandoned and slowly but inexorably being reclaimed by Nature. Across his career, he has found and photographed, in dazzling detail, more than 1500 such sites, in more than seventy countries on five continents. His formerly majestic houses are filled with mold, shrubs, and saplings. His industrial sites are partially digested piles of rubble, swallowed by life that doesn’t depend on commerce and manufacturing. Empty window frames and exposed construction metal are trellises for unbelievable, highly photogenic, Edens-in-the-making. Enjoy these beautiful, clearly spoken reminders that Nature’s power requires respect and care from every one of us.

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