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These 12 life-altering artist portraits from End of the Road festival will make you think ‘fuck, why don’t I look that good in photos?’

Shout out to Buzzfeed for the headline inspiration

It all came together at End of the Road festival 2018. Fine weather, attractive woodland surroundings and our photographer Jonangelo Molinari who had a scrumpled piece of paper in his black jeans pocket with some speculative yes’ from performers who would allow us to take their portrait. Through the weekend he met up with Josh T. Pearson (above), Stella Donnelly, Shame, Nilufer Yanya, Moor Mother and Snapped Ankles. You can see the product of his endeavours below.

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