A reader named Dan suggested Paul Swee in response to the "50 Photographers You Should Know" post. You'll want to check out all this guy's pictures and pick out your own favorites—not just the initially startling illusion above. He's amazingly talented. Reminds me of our old friend Juan Buhler, which is high praise.
A friend suggested once that we like what we do ourselves, and we like what we can't do ourselves. Which is profound, if you think about it. The former because we identify with work that mirrors our own struggles for expression, and the latter because what we can't do ourselves seems difficult to us and hence all the more impressive. I can't do street photography. But I admire it. Street photography is to photography what poetry is to literature.
(Thanks to Dan)
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