Back in Uni, I often lamented work which was pre-planned to the point of sterility, which allowed no room for the unexpected, or the spontaneous, or for happy accidents. I tended to take a on the really basic outlook of, ‘well, if you could just sketch it, right now, exactly how you want, then why the hell would you need to take a photograph of it…’ etc, etc.
Craig Cutler‘s work definitely isn’t sterile, and it has made some of my thoughts look a little naive.
There’s a reason why you need to take a photograph of a Porsche that’s covered in gaffa tape.
It’s because it’s a Porsche.
And it’s covered in gaffa tape.