Sølve Sundsbø is a Norwegian photographer who lives in London. He is a regular contributor to magazines including Pop, i-D, Dazed and Confused, Numéro, Visionaire and Vogue Nippon.—Show Studio.
"If I've got a style, it's that I've got no style", Sundbø says.
"Photography has become democratic – anyone with a digital camera can shoot something and alter it in Photoshop to make it look polished. For the past four or five years there's been a lot of dull, perfected work around, but there's an industry backlash going on now."
"People assume my work has been through a computer but actually I also use a lot of old-fashioned techniques".
"The great thing about being a photographer is that you can manipulate your own universe. It would be wonderful if the world was inhabited by these creatures. I'd love it if any one of them walked out of the frame and into my world." —Independent.co.uk.
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