Anna Cheles (@anna-cheles)
27, graphic designer and photographer
This profile is dedicated only to mobile photos taken with my LG G6 and posted on instagram in "Stories" format, none of them have been edited with the exception of the app's own filters. Here I share my world view, my daily life, the details of the time and what I can feel from the experience of being alive, the cell phone allows the photos to be spontaneous fast, fractioned moments of memory in simple visual poetry.
Location: São Paulo, Brazil
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get it (@theraflux)
all content is oc
'' define success on your own terms,
achieve it by your own rules''
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