nicolas bigot details the life of robots in photo series 'the robot next door'
 

nicolas bigot details the life of robots in photo series 'the robot next door'

photographer nicolas bigot returns to detail the life of robots in his third and final instalment of the robot next door. nicolas, a 10-year UI / UX designer who lives on the coast of armor, has created the visually striking photo series to show a dystopian future where robotics and humans have merged.

nicolas bigot details the life of robots in photo series 'the robot next door'

 

 

 

to create the robot/human hybrids, bigot first captures his models in the appropriate poses and scenery. he then physically builds the mechanical element of the photo using various parts including washing machine parts, pipes and electrical wires. bigot then photographs these parts separately, in the same lighting and position as the models before finally merging the two separate images using digital software. see the full series here.

nicolas bigot details the life of robots in photo series 'the robot next door'

nicolas bigot details the life of robots in photo series 'the robot next door'

nicolas bigot details the life of robots in photo series 'the robot next door'

nicolas bigot details the life of robots in photo series 'the robot next door'

nicolas bigot details the life of robots in photo series 'the robot next door'

nicolas bigot details the life of robots in photo series 'the robot next door'

nicolas bigot details the life of robots in photo series 'the robot next door'

nicolas bigot details the life of robots in photo series 'the robot next door'

nicolas bigot details the life of robots in photo series 'the robot next door'

nicolas bigot details the life of robots in photo series 'the robot next door'

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