Earlier this year, acclaimed street artist JR canvassed Los Angeles with large-scale, black and white portraits taken in low-income urban areas. Adding “wrinkles” in the smooth veneer of LA’s glamorous facade, the recent TED award-winner’s efforts were part of “The Wrinkles of the City,” an initiative to explore and introduce the oft-forgotten individuals and stories that inhabit great cities. Arrested Motion photographer and filmmaker Carlos Gonzalez of theonepointeight most recently released a video for MOCAtv, a short feature consisting of behind-the-scenes footage from the experience. Watch the film above and let us know your thoughts.
Source: Arrested Motion