An Update on Some of My Collections…
One of the things that I do with my photography is develop collections. Lots of other photographers build collections of their own. My collections are constantly evolving, but at present there are four things that I am collecting more passionately than other things. 1. Neon. 2. Mannequins. 3. Graffiti. 4. Shots From Cemeterys. I collect plenty of other things as well (wine, toys, meta, etc. etc.) but these are four that I focus on. Much of my ambition around these collections has to do with some collage and collaboration work that I hope to focus on in the future. I make SmartSets of these images by tagging them on Zooomr.
Do you collect images this way? If so, what do you collect? Post the link to your collections in a comment to this post so that we all can check it out.
Periodically I like to update on my blog with regards to the number of shots collected for each of my collections thus far and so that’s what you will find below.
Thomas Hawk’s Big Ol’ House of Neon (neon): 1,226 photographs
Beautiful Plastic People (mannequins): 213 photographs
The Best Art is Public (graffiti and murals): 404 photographs
The World Belongs to the Living (cemetery imagery): 276 photographs