Featuring Photographer Matan Eshel (Israel)

We caught up with photographer Matan Eshel is busy working on a large photographic project titled, “Living Life.”

What is your goal in creating “Living Life?”

The project illustrates how each and everyone one of us goes through similar experiences and situations in their life.  We all find ourselves feeling so alone that we might as well be on a deserted island or just hanging on to faith, whether it be in God, other people or just random chance.

Why did you start this project?

I think we all find ourselves living through these things, so I decided to create a very long series of photos that deals with these and other life themes.

When will the project be complete?

The Project is currently far from being complete, but so is life!

View more of Matan Eshel’s work on his site. (See full post for image credits.)

ABOVE – Model: Sandra Barabinski  |   Make-up: Oran Falay

ABOVE – Model: Sandra Barabinski  |   Make-up: Oran Falay

ABOVE – Model: Sandra Barabinski |  Make-up: Roz Babi

ABOVE – Model: Ayalah Bottequin (Galit Tal) | Make-up: Reut Admon

ABOVE – Model: Natalie Bismuth

ABOVE – Model: Yael Yellin

ABOVE – Model: Stav Tzur

ABOVE – Model: Nadya Novak

 

 

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