This project was very cool and challenging for us. We loved all the concepts and it was a really nice task to complete these images for the Voorhes, photographers from Austin,TX.

The images now can be seeing on the Magazine Popular Science this month of September.

Cheers!

From Voorhes Blog:

Last month Thomas Payne at Popular Science contacted us about a story on the dark web, all the hidden parts of the internet we don’s see and can’t find through a google search. The dark web hides human trafficking, arms deals, narcotics transactions, and other illicit activities. But there is a guy who is using his talents and training to shine a light in the darkness. The concept was to have black objects representing the illegal goings on rising out of black goo.

Gallons and gallons of black paint and a few ruined hard drives later we had a set of images we could not be more proud of.  Thank you Thomas for the stellar assignment. Go pick up the September issue of Popular Science! The design of the whole story is killer as well.

http://blog.voorhes.com/?p=3359
AR15 - FINAL IMAGE
HUMAN TRAFFIC - FINAL IMAGE
DRUGS - FINAL IMAGE
DARK WEB - FINAL IMAGE
CHECK IT OUT THE MAGAZINE WEBSITE: http://www.popsci.com/man-who-lit-dark-web
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