LONDON — One needn’t spend a huge amount of time on London’s underground system before realising how it can lay bare the trials and tribulations of the human spirit.
Sweaty languor, anxiety, carnal instinct, triumph and failure, intense joy and profound despair — street photographer Toby Ziff has captured it all in a compelling series of images he calls “Renaissance in the Underground,” which seeks to emulate the essence of Renaissance-style artwork in modern-day London.
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Image: TOBY ZIFFThe collection of photos features unposed scenes of the Underground that the London-based photographer captures through “a complete mixture of planning, serendipity and luck.” Read more…More about Culture, Art, Style, Renaissance, and Photography
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