hugo livet's latest photography series depicts cityscapes with floating trees
 

hugo livet's latest photography series depicts cityscapes with floating trees

paris-based visual artist hugo livet ventured to create a world where trees have no branches and grow out of thin air. from the artist that sculpted geometric icebergs, livet presents his latest photography series, ‘fireworks’. in it, he digitally removes the trunk and branches from trees that stand tall among urban spaces to create seemingly exploding nature.

hugo livet  latest photography series depicts cityscapes with floating trees

images courtesy of hugo livet

 

 

the photographer exclaims, ‘only the explosive power of leaves remains, like fireworks in broad daylight’. the edited images seem surreal yet possible, depicting a city with floating, scattered leaves. the result is a collection that through only subtracting an essential part of an ordinary object, viewers imagine a completely new landscape.

hugo livet latest photography series depicts cityscapes with floating trees

hugo livet latest photography series depicts cityscapes with floating trees

hugo livet latest photography series depicts cityscapes with floating trees

hugo livet latest photography series depicts cityscapes with floating trees

hugo livet latest photography series depicts cityscapes with floating trees

hugo livet latest photography series depicts cityscapes with floating trees

 

 

project info:

 

photographer: hugo livet

project name: ‘fireworks’ photography collection

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: cristina gomez | designboom

  • Thanks for publishing !
    Here is my Instagram : @hugolivet

    Hugo LIVET says:

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