Life creeps in to the abandoned factory

An abandoned factory in Brussels. There couldn’t be a more perfect location for photographer Remi Rebillard to ply his craft, Rebillard’s work often gravitating towards the fractured, the fragmented. For his latest work Rebillard contrasted the age and decay of the location – which has been abandoned for nearly 50 years – with the freshness and perfection of youth.

Models Lola and Eva Michal stand out amidst the broken glass and moss covered tiles like plants that have burst their way through the cracks. They’re the presence of life in the ghostly shell of a building.

abandoned factory photo shoot

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Lola the Abandoned by Remi Rebillard
Lola the Abandoned by Remi Rebillard
Lola the Abandoned by Remi Rebillard
Lola the Abandoned by Remi Rebillard
Lola the Abandoned by Remi Rebillard
Lola the Abandoned by Remi Rebillard
Lola the Abandoned by Remi Rebillard
Lola the Abandoned by Remi Rebillard
Lola the Abandoned by Remi Rebillard
Lola the Abandoned by Remi Rebillard
Lola the Abandoned by Remi Rebillard
Lola the Abandoned by Remi Rebillard
Lola the Abandoned by Remi Rebillard

View the full shoot by Remi Rebillard (remirebillard.com) by clicking on the thumbnails.

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