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    London Artist, Molloy, Packs One Million Dollar Signs into a Single Photograph

    Diego Caicedo-Galindo has created a short documentary about Roger Molloy, aka 'Puckish,' London's whimsical East End photographer, who has set out to create the most important piece of art of our time. At first glance the work appears to be a solid gray rectangle in the style of a Rothko, but up close, it is really more like a Warhol, with one million iconic dollar signs packed into the space.

    With 17 years behind the lens and 7 years in front of the gallery door, a mysterious approach is taken to, 'seeing,' using light and chemical sensitive papers. He states, "I enjoy creating photographs that cannot be photographed - the non transmissible. The image is the most valuable thing to humanity - without it we would be more animal than human."

    Director- Diego Caicedo-Galindo

    Editors- Jürgen Jankovski & Diego Caicedo-Galindo

    Producer- Joanna O'Donnell

    Director of Photography- Rory Wheble

    Sound- Jake Pidgeon

    Assistant Camera- Jürgen Jankovski

    (R.I.P G Force)

    Music Performed by John Carter and Lewis Floyd Henry.

    Special thanks to Roger Molloy for giving us an insight into his world of photography.

    For information on how to get a copy of Roger Molloy's 'Do You Want To See One Million' piece:

    And to find out more about the man himself visit: & Twitter: Molloy303

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