Dutch photographer Teun Hock’s images are the result or both analog and digital work, mainly the former. These take a long time to see fruition but the results are cerebral and whimsical at the same time.
As explained by the artist:
“…There’s a big backdrop that I paint or build, or whatever’s needed, and I stand in the middle of that. Then I take a picture of myself in black and white and enlarge it. I do it myself in the darkroom with a little bit of help. Then I tone the picture sepia. And later I add oil paint. I color everything, but it’s transparent, so that you can see the picture underneath.”