Street photographer captures the weird and wonderful world of comic book fandom

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Street photographer captures the weird and wonderful world of comic book fandom

For London-based street photographer Chris Lee, the most interesting part of Comic-Con isn’t what’s inside the convention hall, but what’s outside of it.

Trawling the sterile corridors outside the famed event at the Excel Centre in London, Lee framed the eccentrically dressed almost as though surrounded by the white walls of an asylum.

Lonely souls or soul mates, the isolated characters out of context exist inside some sort of comic limbo, adding a tense atmosphere to these candid moments.

We recently got a hold of Lee and asked him more about the series.

Where did you get the idea of capturing cosplayers during their most candid of moments?

“It wasn’t until I wa…

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