Looking at Overcoming the Monster, Voyage and Return, and the Tragedy, we created layouts of everyday objects that were then photographed from above. We took inspiration from daily routine. Overcoming the Monster is the process of overcoming your waking self, often battling hangovers, and lack of sleep. Voyage and Return was the regimented working day, including the commute and office. The Tragedy was based on a night out, when we succumb to our addictions and flaws, and spend the money we earned during the day, creating a seemingly endless circle of modern life.
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