By Justine Johnson - Posted on 29 September 2010
These are pretty cool. They make you question the features we use to determine whether something looks real, and they look almost too real, too clear. It reminds me of the way perspective was used in the Renaissance to create a world that was ideal, in a space that was perfectly proportioned, into which to drop the imperfect stories of our lives. Except these, by exaggerating the clarity of the contours of the objects make a contrast to the messy realities of our world and our contrasting opinions of it.