Vermibus: Variations of “ADAMANT”

Stylish de-constructor/reconstructor Vermibus continues to refine his practice of image mutilation, sometimes superseding dreams and a couple of nightmares.

Vermibus. Variations of “Adamant” (photo © Vermibus)

It’s a discomforting experimental approach that began in earnest with the backlit bus stop ads for fashion and cosmetic brands; an aesthetic war against those who would presume to determine what beauty is by peddling their wares and worldview in public space. Somehow it turned gorgeous.

Vermibus. Variations of “Adamant” (photo © Vermibus)

This week he releases a limited edition of “Adamant” an analogue print on baryt matt paper, signed and numbered. The experiment continues, and the results are glimpsed through a veil, speckled by city soot.

Vermibus. Variations of “Adamant” (photo © Vermibus)
Vermibus. Variations of “Adamant” (photo © Vermibus)
Vermibus. Variations of “Adamant” (photo © Vermibus)
Vermibus. Variations of “Adamant” (photo © Vermibus)