It's A Little Different by Anton Panchenkov
By (author): Anton Panchenkov
Title: It's A Little Different
Subtitle: ‘I mean, they got the same shit over there that we got here, but it's just...it's just, there it's a little different’ - Vincent Vega to Jules Winnfield, “Pulp Fiction”
When contemplating the concept for this book, I embarked on the ambitious endeavor of illustrating the diversity among people of different cultures and their interrelationship, all while highlighting the universality of human nature. Another goal I had in mind was to depict the globalised environment in which everyday life unfolds in major cities across Europe and Asia. Here, cultures are mixed up while retaining certain local features and distinctive styles.
As I began sorting through my archive during that initial evening, I quickly realised that the task I had set for myself was exceptionally challenging, yet it remained incredibly interesting. Every moment spent working on the book was filled with excitement, especially when I stumbled upon yet another pair of 'slightly different' images, some of which were separated by a gap measured in years! Now, as you gaze upon the final collection, you may understand how I perceive the world and what I seek to capture through my street photography. It may seem funny and surprising (are we controlling our vision, or is our vision controlling us?), but it also possesses a genuine personal depth.
I sincerely hope you enjoy this book.
Book language: English
Publishing house: Snap Collective
Editorial Assistant: Valentina Furtuna
Designer: Irina Furtuna
Published on: 10/16/2023
Price (€): 89
Keywords: It's A Little Different, photographer, street photography, Anton Panchenkov