Photographer Noell Osvald creates bold works remarkably through simplistic movements all performed in black and white. The self-portraits rarely show the 25-year-old artist’s face, instead expressing emotion through the way she fights her head. The emphasizing line, her works combine a strict horizon or eliminate it altogether, fragmenting the image from left to right.
The self-taught artist’s works are often composites that only imply to being photographs. She tells that she does not pre-visualize any of her works, all are completely natural.
“I find post-processing the most enjoyable part of creating,” she told Lines magazine. “I build my pictures up from several different ones, much like a jigsaw puzzle.”