Have you ever blew up a balloon for so long that you honestly thought that it was about to burst? The anticipation puts you anxious because you know that it will eventually happen if you keep going. I Lobo You brought to our beloved readers a photography art by Daniel Forero that captures that odd feeling!
Forero’s balloon art was done to evoke that exact feeling, but this time it is not someone that is blowing up the ballon. The colorful art is placed among other objects that clearly put the balloons on the verge of bursting. It’s a scenario of extreme suspense, and the freelance famous photographer has captured it perfectly!
This series of photography art is titled of “Air”. A form of contemporary art, this photo art collection is very peculiar, where chunks of marble and stone are strategically positioned to pressure the balloons. How the photographer does it remains a secret. Are the balloons and the huge pieces of marble photoshopped? Are the balloons not actually balloons made of the typical inflated material we are used to? Are they filled with cement and that is why they don’t pop?
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His admirers are already used to the unsettling feeling of Forero’s modern art. Used to evoke these emotions in his audience, the method is the same work after work in his photography art. The rest of his contemporary art is also madness, check it out!
Bitchslap magazine series
Kenzo Perfumes Paris series
Fish and Stones series
The French photographer has worked with brands like Kenzo Parfums Paris, Sagmeister & Walsh, Absolut Vodka, Grey Argentina, Ogilvy Denmark, M&C Saatchi Stockholm, OPX London, Function of Beauty NYC, among others.
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