A scenario of hopeless repetition and criticisms on a commonly mundane life within the bulk of these homochromatic images that remind us of several photographic works, including the existential works of Gilbert Garcin. The anonymity of photographer artist who character is also reminiscent of Robert and Shana Parke Harrison’s everyday man who is dapperly attired and at times seen blending into the natural landscape. The photographs illustrate a beautiful, calm, and self-reflecting series filled with subdued emotion and commentary of life’s reality. The collection of these photographs illustrated by Sweden based photographer Tommy Ingberg . He has taken two-and-a-half years in the making of these images. The black and white series titled veracity Rearranged depicts an often-solitary, faceless man morosely trekking through life. There’s bareness to the series that is both intriguing and mystifying. It appears somewhat minimalist, devoid of any elaborate backdrops or distracting figures in the foreground, yet holds a great deal of metaphoric resonance.