The aesthetic I feel is very important and I try to translate it as much as possible © romain veillon
I’m fascinated by them since childhood. I would imagine that, as many people, discovering the decaying house at the end of the street is a memory we all have deep inside of us. When I encounter such a place, my first reflex is to try to imagine what stories lie behind the ruins that are left, how the place was back in its heydays and what reasons brought it to be deserted by human beings. The aesthetic I feel is very important and I try to translate it as much as possible. Those places are like travelling back in time where you can venture and observe fragments of past lives.
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