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camilla catrambone - portraits of my family (grandpa)

Photographer Camilla Catrambone offers a new perspective on portraying family members. In her photo series called “Portraits of My Family” she represents each person by photographing his or hers belongings. This one: "Grandpa Mario"

Portraits of my family by Camilla Catrambone, via Behance

These portraits aim to represent my family members trough the objects they've owend.I'll introduce you more family members of mine soon.

Portraits of my family, uncle Stefano | Camilla Catrambone ( The work of Camilla Catrambone caught my eye because it was very interesting how her interpretation of portraits was not of people but the collection of item's put togther to describe something. In this case a handyman or someone that works with tools.

These portraits aim to represent my family members trough the objects they've owend.I'll introduce you more family members of mine soon.

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My mom: Camilla Catrambone's project 'Portraits of My Family' builds a family tree using the objects owned by people she grew up with

A life in objects: Family ‘portraits’ capture the essence of a loved one through photographing their most treasured possessions

Pumpkin by Camilla Catrambone (Portraits of my Family) Food portraits of people? And a mini-cleaver. So we're not the only ones that use them!

Camilla Catrambone

Camilla Catrambone

スパイダーマンがきっと気づいている「人生曼荼羅」 | DDN JAPAN

スパイダーマンがきっと気づいている「人生曼荼羅

In Room Portraits, German photographer Menno Aden 'The Living Room'

Grandma Ilva. For her series, Portraits of My Family, Camilla Catrambone collected significant possessions for each person, then organized the items into symmetrical compositions. Info from link

Intriguing Family Portraits Feature Treasured Objects

The smARTteacher Resource: Face Your Pockets Self-portrait. after students take this image, tear out center portion and allow students to draw the missing center

Face your pockets - everyone scans their face and what they have in their pockets as a n introductory lesson for getting to know one another.created by timur akhmetov and yulia yakushova.

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