Thomas Brown and Anna Burns take on B movies

Guns and girls are replaced by the humble umbrella in the photographer and creative director's homage
Pop Pop BANG - Thomas Brown and Anna Burns
Pop Pop BANG - Thomas Brown and Anna Burns


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Photographer Thomas Brown and creative director Anna Burns have teamed up to produce Pop Pop BANG, a project which explores the masculine appeal of B-movies. Using common themes found in the films – guns, girls, fast cars and explosions – the pair have created three installations in British landscapes using another British staple at this time of year, the umbrella.

 

Pop Pop BANG - Thomas Brown and Anna Burns

Pop Pop BANG - Thomas Brown and Anna Burns

Brown, who is primarily a still life photographer has worked with clients such as Adidas, Boots, Cadbury and Another Magazine while Burns has directed shoots for French Connection, Vogue and Nokia.

 

Pop Pop BANG - Thomas Brown and Anna Burns

Pop Pop BANG - Thomas Brown and Anna Burns

Situated in a forest, London’s docklands and the grounds of Suffolk Manor house the Pop Pop BANG photographs are only part of the story. Brown and Burns have also produced a film to accompany the stills, which shows their formation (and demise in the case of the explosive image).

 

Pop Pop BANG - Thomas Brown and Anna Burns

Pop Pop BANG - Thomas Brown and Anna Burns

See the photographs at Mother London and check out the behind the scenes photographs on Thomas Brown’s blog.

 


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