I Do by Ron See
Limited edition of 20 + 2AP
The crazed looking couple in "I Do" are the reflections of an advertisement in a hyper-romantic shop specialising in expensive engagement rings, situated in the hippest district of Shanghai. The contradiction between the supposedly ever-lasting love and the ever increasing divorce rate across all cultures challenges the idea of marriage and raises the question: "Is marriage a cultural legacy that's simply incompatible with modern life?". Also, pretty much every single person I have shown this photo to asks me if it's photoshopped, which it is not.
Ron See is a photographer based in Australia who shoots street photography and urban landscapes. Colours and shapes are an essential part of his graphic and clean style.
50x70 cm Hahnemühle paper
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About the artist
Marius Vieth (now known as Vijce) has by far been the strongest influence on me. I started doing photography by simply trying to copy his style. Although I think I have gradually moved away from him and have since explored different styles, he still has a strong influence on my street photos. Other than that, the only other person who I think has a strong influence on me so far has been William Eggleston's famous colour works. I don't think I ever really paid any attention to colours until I saw his photos.