"Decomposition of Memory" and Others by Colin Harbut
1 Comment | January 31, 2009
Colin Harbut is definitely one talented artist. In his many portraitures, I feel that the essence of the subject is really conveyed and comes across in his works. The above “Decomposition of Memory” is fascinating and tackles a topic unfortunately taboo in our society: old age. He’s also made a statement with his work “24,000” in which he literally drew 24,000 circles to visualize the number of people who die each day of hunger-related issues.
You can find much more his work on his website, ColinHarbut.com.
3 more images below the jump.