A visual meditation on our inability to simultaneously focus on something near and far. This photograph considers the difficulty and value of holding two things at attention. Light and dark, winter and spring.
The image visually depicts the duality between two stages of growth, in this instance a the presence of new growth alongside the dormant form of past growth.
Designed with two functions in mind, visual art for the place you call home or as a surprise in a loved ones mailbox. Equal parts frameable and shippable. Do as you wish.
The photo print was designed in collaboration with Mercury Bureau, a Toronto-based studio founded by Shane Krepakevich with a fundamentally collaborative approach, working across object design, graphic design, music, photography, and publication
210 x 148 mm (8.26" x 5.83")
Photography: Darlene Huynh