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Salad Days Are Here Again

Los Angeles-based photographer Patrick Fraser has an extensive list of clients on his website, from Atlantic Records to Rolling Stone, from Fast Company to Wells Fargo. Even more extensive is the list of people Fraser has photographed (roughly 460), which is why his latest personal project, “Salad Days,” is surprising. “I wanted to make a still life series as I always shoot people, and wanted to show a long time progression in still photography,” Fraser told PDN via email. “This idea just came to me and I knew I wanted to shoot a subject that was colorful and alive and beautiful. Also in classic art tradition the fruit has been painted for centuries in the ‘kitchen sink’ realism, and my concept of aging added a stark reality to the perfect beauty of the still life fruit scene.” Fraser and prop stylist Maggie Ward arranged the produce to resemble things like funny faces, animals and trees, then Fraser photographed the fruits and vegetables in both ripe and rotten states. The fresh images were photographed on plates using a Sinar X 4×5 Large Format Field Camera (the Sinar company is now owned by Bron Elektronik and Foba AG) with color negative film. Fraser left all of the set ups alone for six months and re-photographed them with the same strobe lighting set up. “I just love how it shows what once was so perfect can decompose to such a dark rotten place. Ultimately I was just making a metaphor for life and time passing in a simple photographic essay.”

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"Sanskrit has ninety-six words for love; ancient Persian has eighty, Greek three, and English only one. This is indicative of the poverty of awareness or emphasis that we give to that tremendously important realm of feeling. Eskimos have thirty words for snow, because it is a life-and death matter to them to have exact information about the element they live with so intimately. If we had a vocabulary of thirty words for love … we would immediately be richer and more intelligent in this human element so close to our heart. An Eskimo probably would die of clumsiness if he had only one word for snow; we are close to dying of loneliness because we have only one word for love. Of all the Western languages, English may be the most lacking when it come to feeling."

- Robert Johnson, “Fisher King”  (via 5ft1)

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"I allowed us to sound legendary"

- from the poem "The Medal of Atlantis". (via skittle-happy-matt)

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