Friday, January 11, 2013

Check this artist out: Jason Gowans

"Representing a three-dimensional structure on a two-dimensional platform can make a figure fall flat. Vancouver-based photography technician Jason Gowans found this same principle to be true of vast landscapes trying to be captured within photographs. The essence and expansive beauty of the earth is lost on a medium without physical depth."

I found this guy on this Tumblr but you can visit his website here.

1 comment:

Earl Grey said...

Pretty fascinating!
This reminded me of an article I just saw: about 3-d printers (again!). They're another means of transforming space and getting us to think about depth differently.
Thanks for sharing --