CJ Burton photography

CJ Burton is an amazing photographer. He has been working since 2001 with big companies like Visa, Subway, Procter & Gamble, Time magazine, Newsweek, Vitamin Water, and many more.
He mainly mixes photomontage plus illustration to recreate these situations and it’s really well done!.
His pictures try to show in some way different situations in a very surrealistic way.
I’m adding some of his work below but don’t forget to visit his portfolio here! (there’s a lot more). Enjoy ;)

petitsgens
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Slinkachu’s Tiny People

Slinkachu has been mixing photography and street based installations.
Back in 2006 he started the ‘Little People Project’. He started remodeling miniature model train set characters by hand, painting them and then put them in different situations all over the city.

Slinchaku says “It is both a street art installation project and a photography project. The street-based side of my work plays with the notion of surprise and I aim to encourage city-dwellers to be more aware of their surroundings. The scenes I set up, more evident through the photography, and the titles I give these scenes aim to reflect the loneliness and melancholy of living in a big city, almost being lost and overwhelmed. But underneath this, there is always some humour. I want people to be able to empathise with the tiny people in my works.”

Here are some examples of his work :)

Line 4 blog

Local amenities for children 1 - blog
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Able Parris

Able Parris is a graphic designer/collage artist who do really beautiful things.
He like to work with paper, cut and paste things on his Moleskine, play with typography and draw just anything that comes to his mind. I really think designers who keep working with paper instead with a computer only, do the most beautiful things…
You can follow him in twitter, and check out his website with more examples and his blog.

Here are some amazing examples of his work.

the-beginning-collage
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