Inner Spaces by Benoit Florencon

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An amazing compilation of imagery and explanation, really getting at the crux of what it means to be a true ‘creatively free individual’ (for lack of using the faux noun “creative”). Freelance photographer Benoit Florencon uses the DIY/home-grown music scene of China’s underground, in his exciting photocumentary, to highlight everything that it means in this modern day and age to do what you want – committing your time and resources to something that you actually give a shit about while being honest with the people in your life about it as well as realistic with an inherit need for a source of sustainable income. The whole piece is available for free (and heavily recommended) via Issuu. Click here now to read it in its entirety!
 

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