Tuesday, March 2, 2010

George Osodi

George Osodi

George Osodi, At the Border

George Osodi Picture 1
George Osodi, Nnamdi Azikiwe Street, 2005

George Osodi Picture 3
George Osodi, Rain, 2004

George Osodi Picture 4
George Osodi, Farmland Oil Polution, 2004

George Osodi Picture 2
George Osodi, Telephone Wires, 2007

George Osodi Picture 5
George Osodi, Delta Rebel, 2006

George Osodi Picture 6
George Osodi, Time to Play, 2007

George Osodi Picture 7
George Osodi, Smile, 2006

George Osodi Picture 8
George Osodi, Oil Reflection, 2007

George Osodi Picture 9
George Osodi, Water Drum, 2006

George Osodi Picture 10
George Osodi, Delta Conflict, 2004

George Osodi Picture 11
George Osodi, Delta Women, 2005

George Osodi Picture 12
George Osodi, Shell Gas Flare, 2006

George Osodi Picture 13
George Osodi, Water No Get Enemy, 2006

George Osodi Picture 14
George Osodi, Hit Man Benin, 2005

George Osodi Picture 15
George Osodi, Fashion III, 2006

George Osodi Picture 16
George Osodi, Fashion II, 2006

George Osodi Picture 17
George Osodi, Boy in Benue, 2007

George Osodi Picture 18
George Osodi, Women in Onitsha, 2007

George Osodi Picture 19
George Osodi, Ojuelegba, 2005

George Osodi


Pretty Little World said...

These are wonderful! His use of color in natural landscapes is really amazing -- I can't stop staring at that first photograph!

Kristin said...

Bad freaking arse!!!

...love Maegan said...

these are very cool ...I love the two fashion shots ...so creative!

Jill said...

Is that a hyena?!

Melanie's Randomness said...

Woa that's awesome to catch these moments. He's a great photographer!! I enjoyed these!!

Hey girl, I'm also doing a giveaway at my blog! If you get a chance stop by!

"Wine Glasses Giveaway"

Diana said...

He catches things no one wants to see. Love it.

diane said...

Phew, these are powerful images.

Haute World said...

Very beautiful. I like how 'real' they are and can both fascinate or disturb the viewer. A wonderful way of capturing moments in a part of the world others might never see.

SabinePsynopsis said...

Impressive pictures! Some are so beautiful you nearly forget the underlying social and environmental problems shown. Very strong!

Cheryl said...

Powerful, strong images. Each one really tells a story. Great photographer.

Laura Trevey said...

Such raw emotions... just amazing!

Miss Absinthe said...

Wonderful. It's amazing how many different universes co-exist, same place and time... :)

Jennifer Fabulous said...

Amazing photos...some of these are so explosive and captivating!

Alisa said...

Wow, brutal and beautiful.

Chessa! said...

these are extraordinary. thank you for sharing.

blueviolet said...

Some are artsy; some are scary!

Vivienne said...

Those children in "smile" are absolutely beautiful.

jennifer from pittsburgh said...

What a study! For some reason those telephone wires really struck me.

Kitty Stampede said...

I just love these...fascinating photography!!! I love seeing all aspects of different cultures...so raw and real.

Raez said...

wow! great photography. i agree the colours are just so bright. love all of his interesting subjects too:)

xx raez

bananas. said...

Daaaaaaammn...those are really good. I couldn't stop staring. Is that guy walking a hyena?? Ha!

I love the smile one.

Iva said...

OMG! these are so amazing! My fav are : 1, 7,8, 11, 13,14,17... and of course the last!! :) ...I'm still looking at "water no get enemy"

Happy day lady!! HAPPY DAY! :)

L. said...

These photos are amazing! The colors are so vivid, and the subject matter is so fascinating. I feel so sheltered sometimes because I can't imaging living some place like this. It is hard to comprehend when you've been a city girl since birth.

Thank you for the Congrats =) I am elated! I will have time to save up some $$ and hopefully find a perm position somewhere. *dances*

Char said...

that last shot is just powerful as hell as it illustrates how very different of a world it is. but the boy (girl?) peeking from behind the green is my favorite.

Style Porn said...

Wow, these are deeply moving images. I cant believe that dude has a hyena on a chain!! That thing could snap his skull like a walnut...

Life With Dogs said...

Superb perspectives...

Caroline said...

I agree with Char 100%. Love face peeking out of the green. And the last shot...whoa! Powerful stuff!

Moomby said...

osodi does a great job in capturing the art and beauty out of hardships.

Asylum Dolly said...

I've seen that hyena one before. Crazy!
I love number 11. It is beautiful, if a bit sad.

Ela said...

He's amazing!

Oh and on the side, I would love the rings that lady is wearing!


Dark and dirty-raw and rainbow bright!

The top and the last, I think are the strongest.

...is that a Hyena on a leash..?!

Layla said...

Beautiful photos!!

Love 'em!!

BTW - if you had birthday - happy birthday!! :)