Jernej Lasič

Jernej Lasič



A self-taught photographer from Ljubljana, Slovenia.

The birth of a chair.

Published October 18th, 2013

The production line of a successful company, Donar, which makes high quality chairs for export and for local demand and is based in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

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Published May 26th, 2013

Every summer I destroy at least one pair of basketball shoes playing 'ball outside. The rough concrete on the courts destroys basketball shoes in a matter of days. This is a short set of the soles of basketball shoes which I destroyed during the last few years.

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Faces of Istanbul

Published September 24th, 2012

A series of portraits taken on the streets of Istanbul

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OKNA (Windows)

Published August 8th, 2012

This is a story about windows. It might seem cliche for a photographer to take pictures of windows, but I am intrigued by them. Especially those old ones, which are worn out, have broken glass and tell stories. Stories such as how the glass got broken, several layers of paint one on top of the other, wood worn out by the sun etc. I can stare at them for quite some time and not get bored.

Hope some of you can find some stories as well in these photographs. Enjoy.

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Abandoned Train Yard

Published August 6th, 2012

This is an abandoned train yard in the middle of my home town, Ljubljana, Slovenia. They have made a museum out of it, but at some areas of the premises you can still get that grungy, eerie feeling that abandoned places usually have. This was also a spot where drug addicts hung out a couple of years ago. Now, it seems, the owners (Slovenian rails) got rid of them by closing the doors to most buildings with plywood boards thus preventing them from entering. Some buildings though are still open and are easily accessible.

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