The man who is always at the right place and the right time, maybe the greatest street photographer of today – Pau Buscato. Norway-based artist’s work is based on intuition and seeing a world through a childlike imagination and play. Series ‘Hopscotch,’ aim to do just that. “‘Hopscotch’ is not something that I planned,” Buscato says and continues: “I simply started doing street photography the way I enjoyed most, without forcing any themes. If the result is this playful view of our everyday life, it’s simply because that is who I am. Sometimes you will feel lost, not knowing what to do or where to go. I still prefer this to the ‘everything goes according to plan’ approach. Maybe because this open process gives me a sense of discovery. It’s a game for me, and the city is my playground. As we grow into adulthood we build walls to appear stronger, more serious, more adult; and so we leave behind that part of us that made us kids, the part that turned our backyard into wonderland and that tree into a fortress.” Shots were taken across the UK, US, India and other countries Buscato had visited during his international travels.
I hate it when a guy steals a piece of my car paint
Plot twist – she has a dog face and human head is in the bag
His grimace is just so fitting, no offense random dude
Quick take a shot before it’s green!!! hu hu hu
You know he’s gonna poke it
Did she even know that she was making optical illusions with just her appearance?