Mathew Jensen


Loving this Mathew Jensen print set that Little Paper Planes introduced for it's first January 2012 artist. The set includes four prints: three photographs and one text piece.

Matthew Jensen explores history and place in humble, roundabout ways. Using the most unassuming methods of walking, picking up forgotten litter, noticing trees, Jensen assembles specific and rigorously thorough portraits of locations. His concrete images are cataloged as expertly as forensic evidence, but the everyday items and places Jensen selects invite us to dream about the lives of other people, and the history of the soil beneath our feet.






More info about them here.



Loving this Mathew Jensen print set that Little Paper Planes introduced for it's first January 2012 artist. The set includes four prints: three photographs and one text piece.

Matthew Jensen explores history and place in humble, roundabout ways. Using the most unassuming methods of walking, picking up forgotten litter, noticing trees, Jensen assembles specific and rigorously thorough portraits of locations. His concrete images are cataloged as expertly as forensic evidence, but the everyday items and places Jensen selects invite us to dream about the lives of other people, and the history of the soil beneath our feet.


More info about them here.

Jan Halvarson

3 comments:

Bobbi Lewin said...

I love the beauty that can be found in old, forgotten things.

chipperthings.com said...

They're like little artifacts. A good photographer lets the details speak for themselves. Just beautiful.

Zane said...

oh, beautiful pieces

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