"Open at Noon" by Mark Powell

Photography // Thursday, June 11, 2015
Open at Noon is a project by Mexico-City based photographer Mark Alor Powell. Presented without introduction or any sort of statement, the series is full of images that feel familiar, but are tinged with a sense of something beyond this world. Vaguely odd, but beautifully shot, portraits punctuate the work and, along with humorous and eerie landscapes, have the viewer questioning what exactly they are looking at. 

Update: The Work of Mark Powell

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 22, 2015
London artist Mark Powell cleverly re-purposes old, used, and often tattered ephemera. Using cancelled envelopes, maps, and other found items as his canvases, he produces striking, life-like, and inked drawings. His sketches are made using only a Bic Biro pen, often incorporating the original stamps, logos, and addresses. 

New Envelople Portraits by Mark Powell

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 12, 2012
After having rotated through a hundred jobs or so, U.K. Based artist Mark Powell, enrolled in University courses by sheer accident. After viewing there studio facilities, he decided to do art full-time. Since then, he has been able to capture the world as he sees it everyday.

Portraits on Envelopes by Mark Powell

Juxtapoz // Saturday, March 31, 2012
We have shown some of Mark Powell's work on the site before, but we just caught a new batch of Powell's envelope portraits, using a Bic Biro pen on vintage, yellow aged envelopes. The envelopes all come from older European mail networks.

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