chris poulin photography

posted by the scholar on October 4th, 2007
filed under: art, artists, photography

i love this abandoned ghost town series by chicago (by way of texas) photographer and graphic designer chris poulin. as is the pattern with other photographers i’ve featured in this space (what is up with that?), chris first started taking pictures at the tender age of nine, with a camera from his grandfather. he hasn’t stopped since then. with extensive background, knowledge and skills in architecture, photography and graphic design, he currently works as a well-rounded graphic designer, who has the natural ability to see the big picture and execute projects with careful attention to scope and scale.




this particular collection is foreboding and slightly sad, but it sure does have some soul.

see more cool images and find more info about chris on his website.

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2 Responses to “chris poulin photography”

  1. sosser Says:

    i could look at these for hours. there’s a story in every one.

  2. the scholar Says:

    i agree sosser. i especially like the shot of the chairs — to me it looks like they are comforting each other after a disaster.

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