3 thoughts on “Jaxyn Froiland”

  1. I love the artificial distortion in the second photo and the rhythm it creates. It then closely matches the rhythm in the first image but organically instead.

  2. As Sam pointed out, you’ve done a great job at connecting the two images through rhythm and color. Both images are complementing one another which can definitely be a difficult thing to do, nice!

  3. I think these are beautiful in their abstraction. The first image is so highly patterned and I love that I can’t tell quite what it is. The second of the hands is perplexing and to be quite honest, I’m not sure how you did it. Loving your work!

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