Where’s your head?
If one were to invent a scale that could measure the creativity on any given project, removing objects from an existing photo probably wouldn’t measure obscenely high. However, in an ongoing project by artist Francesco Brunotti, the concept is so strangely intriguing that we had to dedicate an entire blog to it.
The project is called Where’s Your Head At? and features headless models participating in every day activities through different seasons (constituting a three-part series of photographs). Francesco has been remarkably quiet regarding his inspiration, and the message of the series, but we like to think it’s a clever way of asking us… well, where our heads are. Even if the series has nothing to do with raising a question about priorities, however, it’s still thought-provoking.
Take a look at some of the pictures from the Summer and Fall series’ and then be your own judge.