Simply beautiful. I think these take the conversation of space and the body to a whole new level
Ever imagined what landscapes look like if they were human body parts?
Let’s not twist that brain any longer. Carl Warner, a photographer best known for his work called, “Foodscapes”, has kindly helped us re-imagined just that.
Lately, Warner is in the habit of making “Bodyscapes” after finding inspiration in the scenes of naked bodies in the dusty, rocky terrain of Michelangelo Antonioni’s film,Zabriskie Point. “I was fascinated by the relationship between body and landscape, and I have always been looking at my own body in terms of its form as something structural and sculptural,” Warner said via email.
Warner said, the human body is more limited in the types of angles and shapes it can make. “It is less versatile, but it is often the case that having some restriction pushes you harder creatively, which makes it all a worthwhile challenge,”
“I usually have some sketches…
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