Offering a unique approach to contemporary street photography and the culture that contextualises it, art collective okyo sinci ero (Latin for “Honest Pinocchio”) share their latest photography project, Terminals. Synthesizing portraits with renowned past artworks, the focus of the series is to capture the overall atmosphere of the subject, while the red suitcase placed into each photograph is the group’s signature. With a goal to bring an artistic approach to street culture in any medium, the collective are currently working on their first apparel collection  alongside talented designers like Brooklyn-based abstract tattoo artist Amanda Wachob. This is the first we’ve heard from okyo since ero, and we like what we see.

Take a look at Terminals above and head over here for more.

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