ABOUT

This editorial is based on the 12% of people who experience black and white dreams. Only 2 of my participants could dream in black and white, but I found this prospect extremely interesting so reached out to others and conducted a series of interviews. The dreams were described as very mundane, sensory experiences, some also reporting an inability to see clearly. I responded by experimenting with movement through long exposures, imitating the mundane by styling with household objects such as magazines and tea-towels. I collaborated with an illustrator who interpreted the dreams, adding an additional textural element to the photos. I thought King Kong was the perfect magazine to aim this editorial at, as it is non-conforming in its artistic approach to fashion and has a strong emphasis on DIY and craft. 

RESEARCH

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OUTCOME

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