by Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Friday 24 January 2014

Tiny Tiny Camera is a project by Maria Cristina Travaglio, a Venezuelan photographer. The project shows a series of photographs where a ‘tiny, omnipresent camera’ is in every shot.

This miniscule camera ‘serves as the subject, set against a backdrop of what Travaglio refers to as many ‘Endless patterns, colors, and designs made by man or nature, countless materials and textures that we pass by every day’. Chinese newspapers, stone walls, dried pasta, tickets, and even wine corks are used in this collection.

Via Exposure Guide