Markus Aspegren's recent project titled, 'Plastic Water' will make you think twice. This post might evoke mixed reactions.
Photographer Markus Aspegren narrates a story of nature and people through his new photographic series Plastic Waters. He includes intricate makeup paired with the right amount of accessories that hits the right spot. Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft, the subject of this series is mesmerizing and haunting at the same time. According to Aspegren, he has put a lot of effort and money into this and is ecstatic with the outcome. The images aim at stirring up those unconscious emotions which have been lying dormant within us. It's a fight against the pollution caused by plastic to water bodies.
He used real fish for this shoot and the models ignored the stink and continued with the shoot.
It's the fight for clean water.
He does remind us of aqua man.
They all have a right to.
Who are we to snatch that right from them?
This is really depressing.
How scary is this?
I'm sure you won't feel good about that.
He portrays some strong emotions of these creatures through people.
We are suffocating them to death.
Would you like it if someone polluted your house?
It's time to make a move.
Here are a few of his other works.
Everyone has a story to tell.
As they say, you snooze you lose!
This is pure magic!
Perfection is an understatement.
How strong is this photograph?
Keep your feet on the ground.
They are the most dangerous kind.
This is so deep!
Something's different about her.
It's just the beginning.
How deep is this?
You'd love her!