Monochrome Observations

Grime and grit, high crime rates and abandoned buildings are just some of the images that seep into your mind when thinking of Detroit. With the outsourcing of jobs and recession, the city had suffocated and deceased.

However, like the fresh budding of flowers and shards of grass victoriously protruding through the dirt, Brenton Little shows his surprise at how clean and progressive the city could be.

“Monochrome observations” captures it’s loneliness and anticipation for prosperity in the Spring of 2017.

Brenton Little

Brenton’s expressive work runs the gamut from crisp, bold graphics to dreamy nature photography and intimate iPhone snapshots of his growing family. He also has 20 years of experience playing the drums as a live and session musician. When he’s not creating images for album art, apparel and more, he’s out exploring. He has an eye for beauty and a love for balance, color and adventure. His work evokes a freshness that transcends any medium. Whether it’s design, music, photography or his family, Brenton’s passion shines through whatever he does.

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