Polish photographer Lukasz Wierzbowski creates a universe where the fine lines between the real and the not so real are crossed, opening way to a brand new sequin covered world. The apathetically posed girls interacting strangely to Lukasz's everyday settings, can't help but bring to mind a drunk party girl from Warhol's factory, and makes us wonder how she got there, or if we even really wanna know? And here exactly lies Wierzbowski's expressive power, his good old fashioned ability to create stories which so carefully unfold right before our eyes.
His compositions seem so precisely fabricated but at the same time carefree and cool, looking as if everything came to the right place by its own. At the end, regardless of his Max Ernst inspired point of view and fashionably distorted imagery, one thing is certain; his pictures have an aesthetic allure of their own, with bold poetic power that is never too serious or too fun, but just right.
See our selection of Lukasz's photography below and explore more of his world here.