D. Allen
 The results include everything from the completely abstract, to the absurd—always maintaining a surrealist aesthetic.   Read more about Untenantable  on Ray Larose's blog→

Untenantable

For me, straight architectural photography seems a slightly bizarre concept—take something an artist created in a different medium, and reproduce it in your own. I wanted to explore the idea of using architecture more as a raw ingredient for creating new works (some people do this already through pure abstraction, not using double exposure techniques, of course).

 The results include everything from the completely abstract, to the absurd—always maintaining a surrealist aesthetic.   Read more about Untenantable  on Ray Larose's blog→

The results include everything from the completely abstract, to the absurd—always maintaining a surrealist aesthetic.

Read more about Untenantable
on Ray Larose's blog→

 —

 —

 —

 —

 —

 —

 —

 —

a gem of a balcony.jpg
DSC01400.JPG
AAA004 inv.jpg
img027 jpeg WEB.jpg
tableau 2.jpg
img080 jpeg WEB.jpg
tableau.jpg
AAA032.jpg