Unorthodox Three-Dimensional Photo Reconstructions

By cutting, reconfiguring, and layering images, artist Rusty Scruby produces his 3D photo-based works. The three-dimensional photographic reconstructions utilize multiple copies of the same image to display the shot in a new, transformed way. The idea is to take a fully constructed visual, break it down, and rebuild it. It holds new meaning and offers a different perspective.

This style of deconstruction and reassembly reinvigorates an otherwise mundane cycle of capturing mediocre images. It combines the technology-based side of art with the hands-on practices of crafty fine art. Far from your ordinary photography series, Scruby’s sculpture-like works cause the spectator to lean in or perhaps even stretch out their hands. The textures and manipulated grooves make viewers second guess their own vision. Is the picture really popping out or is it an optical illusion?








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November 29, 2016

Klimt-Inspired Golden Map of Manhattan Celebrates the Bright Lights of New York at Night

Though designer Rafael Esquer has lived in New York City for 20 years, he’s still in awe of its bright lights and buzzing nightlife. As the founder of Alfalfa Studio, a branding and graphic design house based in Lower Manhattan, he creates pieces inspired by his enlightening experiences in the Big Apple. His latest project, a shimmering map entitled Iconic New York Illuminated, captures the magic of Manhattan after dark.

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