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Jean-Baptiste Mus Photography

Sep 22, 2012 by     No Comments    Posted under: Photography

Jean-Baptiste Mus is a French photographer and illustrator based in Toulon. He has graduated from TMP College of Art at 2009 and trained photography and photo editing at Nikon School in Paris. “In addition to my various searches through my series of photos, most of my photographic work is based on a reflection of the perception of the image. I play an “doubt image” game that distracts the viewer from too rapid acquiescence to visible.” Here are some shots from several photo series, you can find them entirely at his website or at Behance along with his illustration artwork.

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