Every Color

A person with a spiked mohawk, silhouetted in profile in front of a rainbow flag that hangs over a window.

Submitted by Samsa Sykes, the model and photographer.

“As old as black and white. Which is all color, and which is no color? Androgyny. Are we every color, or are we no color?”

Posted by on July 4th, 2011 at 10:00 am

Category: faces 2 comments »

2 Responses to “Every Color”

  1. J.D.

    I love what you’re conveying here, and I love that the subject has a mohawk – one of my favorite haircuts I’ve ever had. Such a simple, beautiful silhouette that brings with it so much meaning. Very nice!

    My opinion? We are both every colour and no colour and sometimes we’re colours that other people haven’t even imagined yet.


    Samsa replied:

    Thank you for the comment :)
    It’s nice to get some feedback on my photos. Check out my website if you’d like to see more?



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