Posted by: Jo Briton
Categories: Creative, Photography,
Thu, 30 Jul 2015
I’m a bit of a neat freak; I like things clean, organised and tidy. So I totally get these photographs of everyday objects unified in theme and colour.
These perfectly neat colour gradient arrangements are created by Emily Blincoe, from Austin, Texas. While her brother had tried to teach her photography, her real love for the subject blossomed when she got her first digital point-and-shoot. Satisfied with the instant gratification of digital photography, she finally felt ready for a DSLR camera in 2009.
In Blincoe's skilled hands, even the most ordinary material can be turned into a work of art. Commonplace objects like leaves, cereal, and stones are meticulously laid out in orderly, geometric displays that show off a smooth gradient of hues. Aesthetically pleasing to the highest degree!
Do you have a favourite?
To see more of Blincoe’s work please check out her website.