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A portrait project that involves photographer, subject, their words and painting. The end result is a unique portrait with a voice.
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From birth humans are guided to think in particular ways. We are programmed by our peers and elders to approach everything around us based upon how others have. Without hesitation or too many questions asked, we become products of our environment, thinking thoughts others have thought up for us and before us. Stereotypes are formed and are perpetuated by the ever increasing media centric world that we live in.
We see images of celebrities, politicians or even the person walking by and we draw conclusions about them based on what we observe, often times based on little to no communication. You walk by people you don't know, acting like cars in passing, slowing down just enough to not collide. You look and wonder what their thoughts are - when often you're not even sure what your own are, and you move on.
What if these images of celebrities, politicians or even the person walking by tells you with a few words what they want you to know or feel or even sense by looking at them? These few words can draw you closer or push you further apart. People who are either alike or different from you based on how the story they tell connects with you.
Through the collaboration of photographer, artist, the subject and their words, a dialogue is started and the degrees of human separation become closer. It's a process that transforms us from just people into human beings with stories.
Human° was created by Rodney White and Arian Camilleri, two artists of different disciplines with an ambitious but possible goal. Bring humans together 1° at a time.
Human° is an ongoing portrait project.

Art created by
Arian Camilleri + Rodney White


We are now accepting commission work. Please contact us for more info.

Human° - Official Website
Anna-Karin - design strategist
"It's Not You It's Me"
photo giclee + acrylic paints + on Hahnemuhle fine art paper
36in x 44in
Julian Hibbard - photographer
photo giclee + acrylic paints + rust on Crane fine art paper
36in x 44in
2010
Chris Black - promoter
photo giclee + acrylic paints + rust on Crane fine art paper
36in x 44in
2010
Dan Perrone - artist
photo giclee + acrylic paints + rust on Crane fine art paper
36in x 44in
2010

Gigi Bio - photographer
photo giclee + acrylic paints + rust on Crane fine art paper
36in x 44in
2010
J Ivy - poet/artist
photo giclee + acrylic paints + rust on Crane fine art paper
36in x 44in
2010
Laurel Wells - clothing designer
 photo giclee + acrylic paints on Crane fine art paper
36in x 44in
2010
Lichiban - artist
 photo giclee + acrylic paints on Crane fine art paper
36in x 44in
2010
Maciek Jasik - photographer
photo giclee + acrylic paints + rust on Crane fine art paper
36in x 44in
2010
Ryan Morrison - graphic designer
photo giclee + acrylic paints + rust on Crane fine art paper
36in x 44in
2010
Rodney White - artist
photo giclee + acrylic paints + rust on Crane fine art paper
36in x 44in
2010
Vanessa Chakour - artist/ activist / boxer
photo giclee + acrylic paints on Crane fine art paper
36in x 44in
2010
Bahareh Badavi - writer
photo giclee + acrylic paints + rust on Crane fine art paper
36in x 44in
2010

Asen James - musician/ DJ /visual designer
photo giclee + acrylic paints on Crane fine art paper
36in x 44in
2010

Magnus - ?
photo giclee + acrylic paints + rust on Crane fine art paper
36in x 44in
2010
Ami Goodheart - performer
photo giclee + acrylic paints + rust on Crane fine art paper
36in x 44in
2010

Mark Snyder - DJ
"Passion, Love, Sex, Money, Violence, Religion, Injustice, Death"
photo giclee + acrylic paints + on Hahnemuhle fine art paper
36in x 44in
Carrie Shaltz & Zach Hyman - photographers
"Did You Lock It?"
photo giclee + acrylic paints + rust on Hahnemuhle fine art paper
36in x 44in
Jason & Carrie Shaltz - photographers
"Dominos Pizza, Gummy Bears"
photo giclee + acrylic paints + on Hahnemuhle fine art paper
36in x 44in