Stop the Violence by Francois Robert
The human skeleton is a strong visual symbol which represents “remains” after life has ended, after the flesh and mind cease to function. Francois Robert has created a series of artworks where he used human skeleton as the formal visual element, the subject of the image and its entitled “Stop the Violence“. For each photograph, he disassembled the modular system of the skeleton and reconfigured the elements to form a new image.
Ex-Chicago based photographer Francois Robert born in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. His fine-art photography is equally provocative and covers a wide range of subjects from evocative Polaroid transfer prints to candid street, and travel photographs, and still-lifes. Some of the clients Francois worked for are Coca-Cola, Crate & Barrel, Chicago Board of Trade, Bentley Prince Street, Herman Miller, Polaroid Corporation and Western Union.
Stop the Violence