Precious Perditions A photography project by Olivier Morisse - Published March 11, 2017

Olivier Morisse is a french graphic designer. He likes to introduce himself this way and always says at some point that he is not a photographer. He makes his images like a graphic designer would do and thinks in terms of lines, contrasts, and colors. His work is often called minimal but it’s more like his own perfect arrangement of space, geometry and poetry.

Regardless of the tool, he uses both his phone and his digital or film cameras to capture the essence he needs in his compositions.

« I grew up both in the countryside and the city, I think I’m a mix of it all. I’m a contemplative person, I need calm and time to think about my compositions. I like to immerse myself in nature because the elements are something powerful and help to step back on the world and the speed of our societies. » – Olivier Morisse

– Discover more of Olivier’s work here

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