Caux Collective Redirects: Stefano Scarselli
Some people feel nauseated when looking down from a great height and, though slightly rarer, some even feel it when looking upwards at towering sights too. However, experiencing the dizziness of vertigo by simply looking at a photograph seems highly unlikely. That being said, these are the very physical effects experienced when looking at the extraordinary work of Italian Photographer, Stefano Scarselli.
If you would like to read this post in it’s entirety, featuring further analysis and links to other relevant work, please visit my post on Inspirez.
An advertising campaign has taken a step to raise awareness for prostate cancer by proving really how much a mans upper lip pride can make a difference. For those of you that don’t know, the month of november is an important month for raising awareness and donations for prostate cancer. If you have some spare change go and donate to the cause.
A digital magazine designed for men myself and others launched last month supports prostate cancer all year round with any profits coming from the store (coming soon) going directly to help with prostate cancer research in the United Kingdom.
Lets tackle Prostate Cancer - Moustache First.
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