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Fashion photographer Giacomo Favilla and designer-origamist Francesca Lombardi’s recent collaboration is full of some very subtle and delicate meanings. Titled ‘‘One of Us’’, the project consists of black and white portraits of people sitting in a vintage armchair, while wearing beautiful origami masks. With the intention creating an impression of an imaginary world, where animal and human natures blend together as one, each mask has been laboriously folded over and over again to resemble a different animal. (…)
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Fashion photographer Giacomo Favilla and designer-origamist Francesca Lombardi’s recent collaboration is full of some very subtle and delicate meanings. Titled ‘‘One of Us’’, the project consists of black and white portraits of people sitting in a vintage armchair, while wearing beautiful origami masks. With the intention creating an impression of an imaginary world, where animal and human natures blend together as one, each mask has been laboriously folded over and over again to resemble a different animal. (…)
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Fashion photographer Giacomo Favilla and designer-origamist Francesca Lombardi’s recent collaboration is full of some very subtle and delicate meanings. Titled ‘‘One of Us’’, the project consists of black and white portraits of people sitting in a vintage armchair, while wearing beautiful origami masks. With the intention creating an impression of an imaginary world, where animal and human natures blend together as one, each mask has been laboriously folded over and over again to resemble a different animal. (…)
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Fashion photographer Giacomo Favilla and designer-origamist Francesca Lombardi’s recent collaboration is full of some very subtle and delicate meanings. Titled ‘‘One of Us’, the project consists of black and white portraits of people sitting in a vintage armchair, while wearing beautiful origami masks. With the intention creating an impression of an imaginary world, where animal and human natures blend together as one, each mask has been laboriously folded over and over again to resemble a different animal. (…)

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