Matthew Woodson.  Honeycomb tattoos sound really freaking cool, but I'm not one who would even think of getting a sleeve.

Matthew Woodson. Honeycomb tattoos sound really freaking cool, but I'm not one who would even think of getting a sleeve.

London-based artist Grégoire A. Meyer, captures fleeting moments such as a splay of water, by freezing them in time in ephemeral objects that appear almost tangible, evoking emotionally thoughtful reactions.  Through expert digital techniques, Meyer constructs fragmented bodies and faces made out of shiny, reflective metallic. He uses extremely dramatic lights and shadows to create the illusion of a realistic object that only exists within the digital platform.

Gregoire A. Meyer

London-based artist Grégoire A. Meyer, captures fleeting moments such as a splay of water, by freezing them in time in ephemeral objects that appear almost tangible, evoking emotionally thoughtful reactions. Through expert digital techniques, Meyer constructs fragmented bodies and faces made out of shiny, reflective metallic. He uses extremely dramatic lights and shadows to create the illusion of a realistic object that only exists within the digital platform.

(from Jamie Balridge's Belle Epoque, via mymodernmet)

Reinterpreting the Monotony of Everyday Life

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