Franck Bohbot‘s Levitation series is something special. We’ve seen photography that catered to some sort of floating theme, but there’s a difference with Bohbot–he found just the right lift, just the right poise.
The Paris-based autodidact creates a series of photographs where levitation looks oddly organic. Bohbot purposefully places his subjects in quotidian settings, making their levitation an everyday feat–as if human beings were meant to hover all along, but the laws of nature simply forgot to put the ability into play.
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