44/365 – There Isn’t One Way To Fix It.
I love patterns and details that create patterns. I often notice details that create a visual message, apparently insignificant uses of materials and space that create a new story.
A lot of my photography is around those visions, around not-so-interesting details that will deliver a message. I use quite a lot of them on this blog to inspire the posts I write.
These images show me that there isn’t always one way to do things, and in one way that’s there, we can actually find the one that works for us. Reproducing, getting inspired, modifying, interpreting.
Our role as creatives (as we all are: we all face and solve challenges in our daily life, job, decisions…) is to observe and give meaning: we merge two sides of the same world: the one that is rational and linear with the one that’s crazy enough to fail and often finds the unexpected result. If we are constantly bridging these two elements we are on our way to creating something unique and worth it.