photographer magdalena bors
photographer magdalena bors
oct 01, 2008

photographer magdalena bors

‘gorge’ 2006     

magdalena bors is a belgian-born artist who now lives and works in australia. the young photographer depicts strange and surreal scenes in her work. one of her on going series shows a variety of household scenes which have been transformed into landscapes. bors uses common objects to build the elaborate landscapes, photographing them with a human partly visible in the background.

photographer magdalena bors ‘cavern’ 2007

photographer magdalena bors ‘woodland scene’ 2006

photographer magdalena bors ‘castle on the hill’ 2007

photographer magdalena bors ‘mountain vista’ 2008

  • Mountain vista is beautiful

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    Warren says:
  • I love your inclusion of the mysterious female figure in these photos; the goddess watching over her creation?

    sara says:
  • Great work to see and enjoy! This is exactly the kind of work that I love to introduce to my HS students, I’m going to link to your page so they can check it out from my blog!

    Thanks designboom!

    Come check out what we have to offer, too, I think you’ll enjoy.

    JVaughn says:

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