Dido Fontana Photography

November 23, 2009 § Leave a comment

Dido Fontana describes his work as a ‘Full mmersion in culture and lo-fi sub-culture.’ Which seems like a perfect description to me. There’s an aesthetic in the work that is very difficult to describe unless you just simply have it in front of you. I can’t tell you exactly what it is about these images that draws me to them, but something in the subject matter creates a narrative, which can sometimes be a very odd and off-kilter place to be.


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