Null and Void is a series of abstract photographs of advertisements painted on an old wall in the city of Jaipur (India), that Mayank—an ex advertising art director—came across during an afternoon walk. The advertisements, when viewed up-close, seemed fascinating and they were photographed with focus on their physical qualities: forms, patterns, textures and colours, in the process nullifying the persuasive advertising messages! Stylistically and conceptually, this series draws upon the famous art movement abstract expressionism and consists of 18 unique images, available as limited edition prints (Edition: 12). Print sizes: 20×15 inches or 16×12 inches.

Fine art photograph of paint and texture on a wall

Fine art photograph of spilled paint and texture on a wall

Fine art photograph of paint, brush strokes and texture on a wall

Fine art photograph of paint, brush strokes and texture on a wall

Fine art photograph of paint and typography on a wall

Fine art photograph of paint, typography and texture on a wall

Fine art photograph of paint, brush strokes and texture on a wall

Fine art photograph of cracked paint on a wall

Fine art photograph of paint, typography and texture on a wall

Close-up photograph of paint, typography and texture on a wall

Fine art photograph of paint and texture on a worn-out wall

Fine art photograph of paint, brush strokes and texture on a wall

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