Anita Anti's surreal series of fairytale photographs features iconography that ranges from recognizable to entirely novel. Some photos star well-known characters, like the red-clad Queen of Hearts. Others exhibit dazzling characters dreamt up by Anti, showcasing the photographer's vivid imagination and creative approach to her craft.
In her Dreamscapes series, artist and photographer Kindra Nikol creates “fantastical realities . . . oftentimes with a hint of dark allure.” Inspired by nature and art, she crafts ethereal, outdoor scenes that feature models in intricate, handmade costumes.
Starring strong female characters like warrior princesses and sorceresses, the storybook-esque work of Magdalena Russocka's exhibits the photographer's interest in depicting heroines. Often featuring animals and set against natural landscapes, the pieces convey the characters' intrinsic connection to nature.
Set in Oregon, Follow Me Away stars Victoria Yore as she explores the state's majestic landscape. Photographed by Terrence Drysdale, the series is shot through a fairytale-like lens in order “to showcase the unsung beauty that is found in the state of Oregon.”
Self-taught photographer Shelby Robinson's dream-like photographs evoke emotion through moody lighting and dramatically shot subjects. Conceptual in nature, her pieces “tell a story through pose or atmosphere so that a viewer may become engaged or feel a part of that image.”