“Tree, line”, photos of carefully wrapped trees by Zander Olsen.
via: it’s nice that
Also check out John Pfahl’s Altered Landscapes
What a genius idea and so well executed…
John Pfahl did this years ago!
very nice! +++++
reminds me of john pfahl: http://johnpfahl.com/pages/newalteredmenubottonmenu.html
wow john pfahl’s falling oranges is so great – thanks for the link both of you
Agreed! Love that falling oranges image, and all of that John Pfahl 1970s work. Glad to have seen that link.
Zander’s stuff looks very referential/derivative of it (that particular pine image), but very well done also.
So simple and stunning
Very nice idea!
Wonderful – just really wonderful
The sky is the perfect colour
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Amazing! Love this kind of eye-tricking art.
I like this serie. Great optical trick.
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totally love this. j’adore, j’adore.
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