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Giving It Legs.

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Taken from his series, Wrong, the following photographs being featured are a prime example of Asger Carlsen‘s ability to throw his audience off its axis. The rest of the series is quite “offbeat”, but these pieces have a more grounded appeal–offering only a peep of its hidden surrealistic undercurrent.

Courtesy of Asger Carlsen.

Courtesy of Asger Carlsen.

Courtesy of Asger Carlsen.

Courtesy of Asger Carlsen.

Courtesy of Asger Carlsen.

Courtesy of Asger Carlsen.

Courtesy of Asger Carlsen.

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  • Wrong Again. March 21, 2013 - 10:00 am Reply

    [...] have good news and we have kind of shitty news. Good news first, Asger Carlsen‘s photo series, Wrong, has been made into a neat book; kind of shitty news, the books [...]

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