Surreal and romantic black and white studies, visual diaries of people and places. This is the photography of Al Saulso, a Houston native who started as an artist in the graffiti scene and eventually transitioned into photography as a means of documenting life.
Saulso’s photography captures life around him, from both the literal form of a homeless youth, to the surreal form of a bronzed status. His study of light and human energy are the common thread through his work. We’re pleased to offer two limited edition Al Saulso prints in the Lost At E Minor store.