A series on abandoned and forgotten places shot around the world by visual artist Brendon Burton based in Portland, Oregon. The moody and cinematic photos makes you want to know the history of these houses and buildings that have been left to decay.

Some of images remind me of Andrew Wyeth‘s paintings while other have an Edward Hopper feel to them. Brendon spent his childhood on a farm in an isolated community where he developed his distinct style and interest in vacant and decaying places. His work studies the side effects of cultural isolation and the concept of liminal space.

Brendon Burton (b.1994) is an American visual artist based in Portland, Oregon. Brendon spent his childhood on a farm in an isolated community where he developed his distinct style and interest in vacant and decaying places. His work studies the side effects of cultural isolation and the concept of liminal space.

Experienced in shooting fine art, documentary and fashion photography, his work has been featured internationally in numerous galleries and publications. Brendon is usually found wandering around abandoned houses or small towns, climbing fences and trying to blend in.

See more of Brendon Burton’s work on Behance or at his website.

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