Scallywag Fox photographs Marlon Courbin for his series 'Cult of Beauty'. The series takes its influence from the Aesthetic Movement in art but these new photographs add a modern element showing the model on his iPhone taking selfies. Scallywag Fox is questioning our view on art and how we are consuming it in modern times compared with the late19th century. Can the traditional and the more instant sit side by side? More of Scallywag Fox's work can be seen at www.scallywagfox.com
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Can’t resist to watch: ‘Cult of Beauty’ by Scallywag Fox

Scallywag Fox photographs Marlon Courbin for his series 'Cult of Beauty'. The series takes its influence from the Aesthetic Movement in art but these new photographs add a modern element showing the model on his iPhone taking selfies. Scallywag Fox is questioning our view on art and how we are consuming it in modern times compared with the late19th century. Can the traditional and the more instant sit side by side? More of Scallywag Fox's work can be seen at www.scallywagfox.com

Scallywag Fox photographs Marlon Courbin for his series ‘Cult of Beauty’.  The series takes its influence from the Aesthetic Movement in art but these new photographs add a modern element showing the model on his iPhone taking selfies.  Scallywag Fox is questioning our view on art and how we are consuming it in modern times compared with the late19th century.  Can the traditional and the more instant sit side by side?  More of Scallywag Fox’s work can be seen at www.scallywagfox.comScallywag Fox photographs Marlon Courbin for his series 'Cult of Beauty'. The series takes its influence from the Aesthetic Movement in art but these new photographs add a modern element showing the model on his iPhone taking selfies. Scallywag Fox is questioning our view on art and how we are consuming it in modern times compared with the late19th century. Can the traditional and the more instant sit side by side? More of Scallywag Fox's work can be seen at www.scallywagfox.comScallywag Fox photographs Marlon Courbin for his series 'Cult of Beauty'. The series takes its influence from the Aesthetic Movement in art but these new photographs add a modern element showing the model on his iPhone taking selfies. Scallywag Fox is questioning our view on art and how we are consuming it in modern times compared with the late19th century. Can the traditional and the more instant sit side by side? More of Scallywag Fox's work can be seen at www.scallywagfox.comScallywag Fox photographs Marlon Courbin for his series 'Cult of Beauty'. The series takes its influence from the Aesthetic Movement in art but these new photographs add a modern element showing the model on his iPhone taking selfies. Scallywag Fox is questioning our view on art and how we are consuming it in modern times compared with the late19th century. Can the traditional and the more instant sit side by side? More of Scallywag Fox's work can be seen at www.scallywagfox.comScallywag Fox photographs Marlon Courbin for his series 'Cult of Beauty'. The series takes its influence from the Aesthetic Movement in art but these new photographs add a modern element showing the model on his iPhone taking selfies. Scallywag Fox is questioning our view on art and how we are consuming it in modern times compared with the late19th century. Can the traditional and the more instant sit side by side? More of Scallywag Fox's work can be seen at www.scallywagfox.comScallywag Fox photographs Marlon Courbin for his series 'Cult of Beauty'. The series takes its influence from the Aesthetic Movement in art but these new photographs add a modern element showing the model on his iPhone taking selfies. Scallywag Fox is questioning our view on art and how we are consuming it in modern times compared with the late19th century. Can the traditional and the more instant sit side by side? More of Scallywag Fox's work can be seen at www.scallywagfox.comScallywag Fox photographs Marlon Courbin for his series 'Cult of Beauty'. The series takes its influence from the Aesthetic Movement in art but these new photographs add a modern element showing the model on his iPhone taking selfies. Scallywag Fox is questioning our view on art and how we are consuming it in modern times compared with the late19th century. Can the traditional and the more instant sit side by side? More of Scallywag Fox's work can be seen at www.scallywagfox.com

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