Romance or rescue: crash by Niklas Hoejlund

A junkyard setting always generates a little of a post-apocalyptic mood. The skeletons of cars, immobile, their wheels lying cold and detached in a desert wasteland… Niklas Hoejlund uses that type of setting in his shoot Crash, but the meaning of the relationship between the two protagonists – the silent, hulking male and the beautiful woman – isn’t entirely clear. Is the crash a literal or a metaphorical one? Is this a romance… or a rescue?

Crash by Niklas Hoejlund

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Crash by Niklas Hoejlund for REVS Magazine (NSFW)
Crash by Niklas Hoejlund for REVS Magazine (NSFW)
Crash by Niklas Hoejlund for REVS Magazine (NSFW)
Crash by Niklas Hoejlund for REVS Magazine (NSFW)
Crash by Niklas Hoejlund for REVS Magazine (NSFW)
Crash by Niklas Hoejlund for REVS Magazine (NSFW)
Crash by Niklas Hoejlund for REVS Magazine (NSFW)
Crash by Niklas Hoejlund for REVS Magazine (NSFW)
Crash by Niklas Hoejlund for REVS Magazine (NSFW)
Crash by Niklas Hoejlund for REVS Magazine (NSFW)

Hoejlund’s black and white photography is – as always – powerful.

Featured in REVS magazine, the shoot was styled by Noah Kanber. You can view the full shoot by Niklas Hoejlund (niklashoejlund.com) by clicking on the thumbnails.

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