Pawel Franik, a photographer and film-maker from Poland, loves to convey human nature via different types of media. Being a minimalist at heart, he fills his works with deep meaning and the very essence of the idea he wants to convey. Pawel Franik’s photography follows the rule ‘less is more’, using the minimalistic approach to create balance between visual art and the emotional side of what it means to be human. ‘On His Own’ is a series of photos depicting the beauty of loneliness in various landscapes and environments. It is simply breathtaking!
Some of Pawel Franik’s shots are dark and moody, but others are filled with light and beautiful geometry.
Such is the nature of loneliness – it is different for each and every person. It has its own colour and a very peculiar landscape that corresponds to his or hers personality.
Loneliness can be filled with action, as long as the person is one-on-one with the experience, being completely immersed into what is happening.
Loneliness of the big city, filled with glass and concrete, is a special type of emotion. Not necessarily gloomy, it can be conveyed through pastel colours and spacious constructions.