Photography & Arts: Forgotten Faces

When I think of culture I envision a kaleidoscope and the beautiful patterns and color its capable of expressing—the seemingly infinite amount of possibilities.  To me, that same range is developed with humanity’s fabric: an incredible and fantastic collection.

Joakim Eskildsen is a Danish photographer based in Berlin whose keen perspective and ability to capture the broad brush strokes that paint our differences. Specifically, his art highlights the outlooks of the oft forgotten faces.

Each part plays an equal part in the vibrant whole—Eskilden’s work helps us see those details, and, hopefully, gain a fuller appreciation for the bigger picture.


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