In Estonia, the average person spends several hours a day in front of their television. Artist Andris Feldmanis explores that fact in his ongoing series “TV Portraits”. His series captures the other side of theirs and by extension our viewing experience by capturing what it is that the television sees. Simple, yet effective — Feldmanis series becomes more poignant as our lives tend to revolve more around screens. For example, I spend a large portion of my day staring at computers monitors (at home and at work) and the display on my phone with intermittent intervals of actual face-to-face time with that of my peers.

As usual, I’m posting some of my favorites.  Enjoy.


For more of Feldmanis’ work check out his website here.