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April 23, 2019 1 min read

A fresh perspective in photography is always welcome in the art world and Paul Anthony Smith is that current breath of fresh air. With his unique pattern popping pieces he describes as "

picotage" Smith's explores “the rich and complex histories of the post-colonial Caribbean and its people."

FROM DESIGNMILK: "When viewing the works in person, the greatest surprise is that the white sections change and introduce NEW patterns when viewed from the right or the left. Visible in the two images below, this strange phenomenon is the result of the angle he gouges the paper. When viewed from an angle, the scars in the paper will either mask their damage or reveal more of the torn white paper."


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