Camera Obscura with Abelardo Morell

Cuban born artist Abelardo Morello’s work is totally stunning. His work transforms household objects and hotel rooms (the mundane) using the photographic technique of Camera Obscura,  into spaces that are mysterious with surprising perspectives and framings that distort distance and dimension. The effect is distorts the viewer’s perspective drawing them into these puzzling spaces.

 Images via Abelardo Morell, The Jealous Curator

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I like to draw, paint, embroider sew by hand, dawdle, generally I like to make things. I also like to read about other people making things. Made by Fate features projects I am working on and hopefully some inspiration for people who like to create things or maybe just people who like creative things. Thank you for stopping by my blog Please don't hesitate to leave comments
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2 Responses to Camera Obscura with Abelardo Morell

  1. Wow, great artistic shots. I would love that above my bed (;

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