Zany French photographer, Vincent Bousserez, has created a collection of photographs called “Plastic Life” that I just have to share with you because it’s all so interesting and unique.
The main theme in the pictures is that things are flip-flopped in proportions. In these photographs, the people are tiny and regular every day things that aren’t that big are huge. The result is a collection of very intriguing photographs, some of which are controversial and unsettling.
According to http://www.thefirstpost.co.uk, this is Vincent’s attempt at pointed visual satire. “Plastic Life tells witty, barbed tales of lechery, vanity, substance abuse and gluttony that, despite their strangeness, strike a familiar chord.” Like all great photographers, Vincent is always ready for the perfect shot. He carries these little tiny plastic people around in his pocket all the time, so when the moment strikes him and a photo opportunity presents itself, he is always prepared. By doing this, he has created a lot of variety in his work. The world of miniatures has always been of interest to me, and I hope you enjoy these pictures as much as I have. You can go here to see more of this collection.