The latest exhibition to feature in our stairwell gallery is a series of photographs by one of our creatives, Jason Scott, very cleverly titled 'Pictures of People Taking Pictures of People'.
It's pretty self-explanatory, you see. They're Jason's pictures of people taking pictures of other people. And that's what makes them so very brilliant. To coin a new phrase (or maybe not), it's tourism-anthro-voyeurism.
Here's a bit more about the project, in Jason's own words:
"Pictures of People Taking Pictures of People explores the way people interact with each other when they pose for photos. Well, that's how I've post-rationalised it.
All images were discreetly taken on an iPhone 4 so as not to disturb anyone or ruin their snaps.
Like an urban David Attenborough, I wanted to capture people acting as naturally as possible. And avoid arrest."
We're pleased to say that Jason has thus far avoided arrest. Phew!
You can see more online http://yes-peopletakingpicturesofpeople.tumblr.com and there's a zine and exhibition to follow. And if you're on Instagram, the awesome #PicturesOfPeopleTakingPicturesOfPeople tag will point you towards more of Jason's discoveries.