Tom Blachford framed print
“For me the most remarkable thing about the Boyd house has always been the suspension roof and the floating nature of it. I wanted my
image to focus on that structure whilst also capturing the stillness of the night time in the courtyard space.”
– Tom Blachford on Fresh Eyes exhibition
This Tom Blachford photograph featured in Melbourne Design Week 2021 exhibition Fresh Eyes: Reimagining Robin Boyd’s Walsh Street.
- All frames are shadowbox style, Victorian Ash timber, with museum grade UV Acrylic (Black, white or natural)
- Printing, framing by Format Framing and delivery may take up to 30 days
- Packaging and shipping within Australia included
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Working at the intersection of long exposure photography and exploration of the built environment Tom Blachford’s Fine Art Photographs
seek to transform predictable and known environments into surreal and dreamlike worlds. Captivated by architecture, not only for its sculptural forms, Blachford’s images of homes, towns and suburbs act as the the stage for unwritten narratives that implore the viewer to script their own drama happening behind the walls of each scene.
Using only existing light sources – the moon (Midnight Modern), The neon Lights of Tokyo (Nihon Noir) or the harsh street lights of LA
(Noct Angeles) Blachford hunts for the overlooked cinematic moments in the everyday and works to distil them with a sense of mystery,
unease and wonder.
Black, White, Natural, Unframed
|Image size (longest edge)||
Small 300mm, Medium 600mm, Large 900mm