Noah Jashinski Seventy-Two Hours
Noah Jashinski Seventy-Two Hours
Noah Jashinski Seventy-Two Hours
Noah Jashinski Seventy-Two Hours
Noah Jashinski Seventy-Two Hours
Noah Jashinski Seventy-Two Hours
Noah Jashinski is a Nashville-based analog, fine art photographer whose
hyperrealist work employs breathtaking scenery and cinematic sensibilities to
communicate intimate and highly emotional moments. He is interested in
imperfections communicated through “happy accidents” in his images, which are
shot primarily on film. His inspirations include ’60s French New Wave cinema,
especially the films of Jean-Luc Godard.
Signed and numbered limited edition zine
9" x 12"
 
Noah Jashinski Seventy-Two Hours
Noah Jashinski is a Nashville-based analog, fine art photographer whose
hyperrealist work employs breathtaking scenery and cinematic sensibilities to
communicate intimate and highly emotional moments. He is interested in
imperfections communicated through “happy accidents” in his images, which are
shot primarily on film. His inspirations include ’60s French New Wave cinema,
especially the films of Jean-Luc Godard.
Signed and numbered limited edition zine
9" x 12"
 

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Noah Jashinski is a Nashville-based analog, fine art photographer whose
hyperrealist work employs breathtaking scenery and cinematic sensibilities to
communicate intimate and highly emotional moments. He is interested in
imperfections communicated through “happy accidents” in his images, which are
shot primarily on film. His inspirations include ’60s French New Wave cinema,
especially the films of Jean-Luc Godard.
Signed and numbered limited edition zine
9" x 12"
 


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