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by Capt. Truffles on Flickr
PHOTOS BY CHRISTIAN HOPKINS Photographer Christian Hopkins has almost destroyed his photos but thanks to one of his friends it is possible now to see them online. These photographs are not just pieces of artwork, but a way in which the young artist can cope with his depression. www.thefacedesign.com
Multiple personalities, feelings or I have so much to say and don't know how to voice it. [Art is oftentimes an outlet for creative and emotional expression, something that 20-year-old Christian Hopkins knows all too well. The young photographer uses photography as a coping mechanism for depression.] "Inner Demons" photo by Christian Hopkins
christian hopkins photography self portrait
I like this because it brings the pain and suffering from a person but still creates a rose at the end of it.
Young photographer: “Photography was a form of therapy; probably saved my life.” How photography alleviated his depression. This video shows a lot of his AMAZING and INSPIRING work!
depression, by Christian Hopkins
By Christian Hopkins "Capt. Truffles" on Flickr
I drew this with fire and pencil and left it in the driveway during a quick getaway of the foreclosed home I used to live in. This will always be my favorite piece, left, forgotten, lost, like I was.
this image is using a converging triangle. it is also a low viewpoint. colour is bold and attractive. the lines composition is also used in this image
The Archangel by Christian Hopkins. ° low key black and white photography. Religion
Inner Demons - Christian Hopkins
Sometimes, it is not the world that hurts us the most but the demons inside. And when the world goes silent and leaves us alone, we can no longer hide. When our own minds turn against us, where can we turn? Our sanity is lost.
self portrait by Sarah Rose Smiley, schaharazad on Flickr
"But a mermaid has no tears, therefore she suffers so much more" The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Andersen