Noting the prevalence of facial hair in fashion today and how the manicured, yet rugged man has become far more common, Julia Fullerton-Batten set out to contrast these ideas. She photographed these bearded men in overgrown green houses, depicting nature not only reclaiming space but also taking back the man, creeping into the subject’s beards.
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