FEET, 2007

by Peter Arnell

Book

"I always look down. I walk with my head down, looking at feet and what surface they are standing on. Unlike other people who walk around and look up to experience the world around them, I look at my feet and what grounds me below." -Peter Arnell

 

FEET by PETER ARNELL is a 25-year photographic survey of feet all over the world, from the toes of Olympic stars to the chiaroscuro feet of Caravaggio.

 

Photos shot with Mamiya RZ67, Contax T2, Leica M6, Canon EOS 1, Hasselblad 500 C/M, Mamiya 645pro and Sony Cybershot.

 

Printed in Japan by Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd.

 

50 Pages

 

  • FEET by PETER ARNELL $25.00
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