Mikael Kennedy & Sean Sullivan’s ‘Ramblers Bone’
On April 5th, American born photographers Mikael Kennedy & Sean Sullivan will set out from Los Angeles, CA, deep into the heart of the country on a 30 day road trip to explore America.
In a project titled Ramblers Bone, Sullivan & Kennedy, both veteran travelers of the American highways, will wander east into the high deserts of New Mexico before turning north through the Rockies, into the wild lands of Montana, across to the Pacific for the last leg of their journey, bringing them down the California coast where the wilderness meets the water; the point where early explorers of the West realized they could go no further.
Wolverine, an American bootmaker since 1883, has chosen to sponsor these two artists, letting them loose on the two-lane black tops and dirt roads of America deep into the wilderness of the West. The American road has always drawn the lenses of photographers over the years; all who burned countless miles out in the open, where anything can happen and the photographers open themselves up to the endless possibility that is part of the American dream itself.
Please join these two as they log thousands of miles in just a few short weeks by following their travels on: RamblersBone.com
Meet the team:
Philadelphia native Sean Sullivan lives in New York City where he works as a commercial photographer and filmmaker. He is also keeper of the keys at photo sites The Impossible Cool and A Conversation On Cool.
Mikael Kennedy is a photographer living and working in New York City. He is the author of the internationally acclaimed Polaroid travel blog: Passport to Trespass and his Polaroid work is represented by the Peter Hay Halpert Fine Art Gallery. His photographs are part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, TX as well as in private collections nationwide.
See more of Kennedy’s work here on Escape Into Life.
Join us on April 5th for the Launch Party at:
1625 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice, CA, 90291