Many hands make light work, and in this photographer’s unique series, there are many, many of them. Sanwal Deen’s “Work” project offers a bird’s-eye view of the elaborate tasks carried out by people who work with their hands.
With just forearms and hands showing, Sanwal’s images showcase the work carried out by florists, writers and bakers; pianists, typesetters and cobblers.
It is estimated that the average person spends around one-third of his or her life working, and so Sanwal, 27, wanted to show the intricacy of certain professions that can help define someone. (Caters News)