Kim Keever‘s gorgeous photographs capture violent ocean waters, sprawling mountain ranges and vein-like river systems drenched in the powdery pigments we’d expect to find on a fictional planet far, far away. While they look suspiciously real, hints of too-pure yellow and saturated blue give the game way. Keever’s images are not reflections of the natural world, instead, they’re snapshots of artificial landscapes he’s created in… fish tanks.
It’s hard to believe, but Keever’s photographs reveal artificial environments the artist has crafted inside six-foot long, 200-gallon aquariums. Constructed images, pigments, pillow stuffing and water mix within the tanks to create …read more
Source: Huffington Post Green