This is another creative project from James Campbell, the photographic artist living in Washington DC who founded InstantDC in 2010. He uses Eventual Future Studios as a way to organize all of his creative and business efforts including web design, brand management, curating and showcasing artists works, art direction, and iphone development.
He describes his photographic style as “post-minimalist surrealist realism
”. His photographs tend to evoke a memory from a future dystopia
, where patterns of reality constructs morph between light and shadow and sentient shapes fit into an upper-dimensional superstring of infinity.
This particular project, called “DGBTR” or “Don’t Go Back To Rockville” is from lyrics to a Pavement song
that is a reaction to his view of the terrible charade of the proliferation of cheap digital photography and specifically HDR images that are homogenizing photographic processes and dulling the genre
The photographs themselves are available as originals starting at $75.00
. There are also a limited number of scanned on prints of the originals that are $25 per copy and printed on photographic paper.