Welcome to ‘Dark Inventions’ where I share some of my photography. My passion is to photograph people of whatever creed, race, colour, sexual orientation or any other differentiator we choose to divide ourselves by. I am constantly surprised by human diversity, and I hope the images I display will serve to reflect that wonder. Please don’t forget to come back as the content is both growing and changing all the time.
Street art when done well adds character to a city and in many cases can become a recognised landmark or in Banksy’s case acquire a mythic status. Most of the art (even the good stuff) is transient, so I have no idea if this particular piece is still in existence.
The Hepworth Gallery, Wakefield, West Yorkshire
Electric Fence - Scarborough, North Yorkshire
Wire Artist - Hoxton
‘Oh, it’s him again’ - Whitby, North Yorkshire
Gateshead, Tyne and Wear
Point to Point race meeting - Wykeham, North Yorkshire
London Underground. This lady was a teacher who didn’t want to be photographed from the front but volunteered this pose instead. The sign was made by one of her pupils.
© Mark Lamb 2002-2020 - Last updated 4 May 2020