Photographer Kirsty Mitchell will take you on a breathtaking journey with her series Wonderland. Mitchell uses brilliant hues which produce a surreal and painterly touch to the works. We see two worlds successfully meet in this series: the unnatural in contrast with natural. The elaborate costumes and objects hold intricate details, filling your mind with awe and an array of questions. The photographs seem reminiscent of fairy tales, and while they contain immense beauty, are they really scenes that end happily ever after?
I am a graphic design student living South Carolina. I enjoy working with typography, logo design, and photography. Lately, I have been focusing on photography, and it is becoming one of my favorite media to work in. My photography style tends to be vibrant and surreal, with vivid colors and stark details. I enjoy photography that is dynamic and eye-catching, so I try to achieve those same qualities in my own work.
Belgian photographer Kurt Stallaert’s hyper-realistic series entitled Bodybuilders World is hauntingly beautiful. At first glance, it seems to capture the everyday mundane take on modern living, but upon closer inspection, the bodies of the characters have been augmented into those of muscle bound bodybuilders with tense faces.
I came across Ted Emmons’ work in that vast cyberspace known as tumblr and was lucky enough to find his website after a little digging. Not only is he able to capture the deep emotive nature of his models, but he also incorporates a degree of surrealism with a subtle collage style.