British photographer Rankin and mutual insurer Royal London tackle the taboos surrounding death in new digital project 'Lost for Words', the exhibition is available to see for free online.
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Rankin (or John Waddell Rankin as he was known when he came kicking and screaming into this world) is a household name when
Staring death right in the face though is the theme of photographer Rankin's new project 'ALIVE', which is part exhibit and part documentary, exploring the personal stories of subjects across the UK who have dealt with the prospect of dying or been survivors of terminal illnesses, living to tell their tale.
Ione's current aforementioned project is her most ambitious yet. 'Sanctae' - a Portrait of Secular Saints features 21 eight-foot portraits of female nudes, each of whom will bear a gold-leaf halo