The Mime Crime

A picture is worth a thousand words. Especially when it comes to the picture of the mime.

11 Comments

  1. Tobias M. Schiel

    Tomek, at first sight, I love the simplicity of your pictures here – especially since the story itself is not all that simple: I really enjoyed the “surprise denouement” of the supposed mystery! Thanks for sharing this fine example for very little accomplishing very much…

  2. Thank You for so kind words Tobias! I considered Six Image Narrative as a very elegant and clear idea. And this clarity led me to simplicity and minimalism of my pictures. I even almost felt obliged to do it this way. I’m glad that I was able to create suspense and make a surprise with these images. Thank You once again!

  3. Brickprawnz

    I like how that without words, the photos managed to tell a better story than if they had them. Also couldn’t help but laugh at the sudden change of expression on the sad clown’s face at the end.

  4. LOL, didn’t see that one coming.
    In stead of a six word story, a six photo story.
    Nice to see you zoom in on the emotions, leaving me with a ‘what’s going on?-feeling’ after the third photo… and finishing with even more questions 🙂

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