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Photographic Inkjet Print


22" x 28.5"


I have a strong interest in utilizing photography to document how and why everyday people feel compelled to illustrate their identity and uniqueness. The newly added tattoos on this septuagenarian’s “billboard” are but several examples to that end. What does this gentleman expect to gain by doing this? More conversation? Increased camaraderie? The “cool” factor? And what does society expect of him? Will we ever know? The client in this image is an attendee (and active biker) at Daytona Bike Week, one of the biggest motorcycle events in the United States, held annually since 1937.

About this Artist

Wayne Desbrow

Wayne is a former marketing communications, branding, and PR executive whose career centered around managing complex projects involving strategic communications planning, crisis communications, branding, writing and the visual arts. In addition to managing his own firm — providing creative branding services to both profit and nonprofit clients — he worked for ALCOA, Westinghouse Electric, Mayo Clinic and the U.S. Treasury Department.  Did he ever want to be someone else?  Of course.
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