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Strange Days Indeed

Seth Fluker
self published
Artists' Books
28 × 20.4 cm

Fluker is a Vancouver based photographer who photographs his surroundings while skateboarding throughout his hometown and cities abroad. “Strange Days Indeed” contains a collection of photographs taken by Fluker between 2002 and 2007, arranged into small groupings and relations.


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