Linus Lindgren photographer and visual artist

I started Analogue Artefacts as a conceptual project to rekindle my passion for analog photography and to explore creative processes, experimental image making, and classic photography.

I am a photographer based in Sweden and mainly work with people photography, both with private and corporate clients, as well as product shots.

Though I’ve been a digital photographer since 2004, I haven’t entirely abandoned the analog world. In my private photography, I prefer to shoot film.

Non-commercially, I do mostly art photography, primarily with analog cameras, but sometimes I also work on heavy digital editing and video sequences.

My art work mainly consists of classic black and white cityscapes, abstracts with a multiple exposure technique, and minimalistic architecture. Also, I do old alternative processes and sometimes I invent new ones.

Aside from my professional photography work, I have always created images and developed artistic ideas, but did not quite know in what context this work would be presented. As a result, there have been many images left in the drawer. My Instagram project got me started, but I wasn’t completely satisfied.

Now, with the NFT revolution, my images have a whole new purpose. It’s exciting to know that there is a whole new ecosystem for artists out there. My interest in finishing my many projects I had only in my head has been greatly sparked by this.

Multiple exposure image from the amusement park Gröna Lund in Sweden
Multiple exposure image from the amusement park Gröna Lund in Sweden
Multiple exposure image from the amusement park Gröna Lund in Sweden