29.10.08 by Jeff

Levi Van Veluw

In his series Landscapes (the first 4 images), Levi van Veluw de-contextualizes various landscapes, digitally compositing them onto photographs of himself. In Material Transfers (the last 3 images), he does the same thing using random materials and without any digital manipulation. Interesting work.

levi van veluw art photography landscape portrait booooooom blog

levi van veluw art photography landscape portrait booooooom blog

levi van veluw art photography landscape portrait booooooom blog

levi van veluw art photography landscape portrait booooooom blog

levi van veluw art photography landscape portrait booooooom blog

levi van veluw art photography landscape portrait booooooom blog

levi van veluw art photography landscape portrait booooooom blog













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Wow! Awesome!

  • This is amazing! Transforming oneself to reflect an ecosystem? Pure genius.

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  • this is some incredible stuff here,
    the last three, and notably the first of the last three really grabbed me.

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  • It’s interesting and very beautiful!
    Best wishes ^_^

  • Lisa

    I think the third and fourth are neat; ‘tamed’ rural land vs. unfarmed rural land.

    This would have been fiddly, but I think the rocks/pebbles one would look cool if you had a faucet off-camera above your head, and the water in a few rivulets/streams through rocks, over skin, creating streambeds

    I think one that shows ‘manicuring landscape’ would be interesting, like how obsessively we control some properties

    Also might be interesting to have one that shows development – part of the head really untamed wilderness, and part of the head with houses stuck on

    The first one reminds me of the tree characters in The Hobbit

  • yea the Ents!

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  • Awesome work!, I’m impressed!





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