A Mirror Sculpture in the Landscapes

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Photographer David Ryle, art director Gem Fletcher and prop builder Studio Boo have collaborated together to create “C.A.R.L.,” a striking series of photo-artworks. In them a futuristic sculpture, looking like a Japanese robot from the year 3013, is starkly shot in a set of minimalist landscape settings. The result is a thought provoking and visually stunning exploration of art, nature and technology.

See also: “The Mysterious ‘Mirror Man’ Appears in L.A..”

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Artwork © David Ryle, Gem Fletcher and Studio Boo

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December 14, 2013 Art Mirrors Photography Sculpture