Florascopes

12 April 2016 ● less than 1 min read ● 1 image
Florascopes

I am inspired by the inherent beauty and complexity contained in flowers.
What an incredible part of creation there exists in this world that provides so much appreciation for the aesthetic, for pattern, shape and form.
Captivated by this subject matter I took it upon myself to indulge this appreciation and from it produce new species of flowers created from my immersion in the aesthetic inherent within each flower.
For this project I utilized the mechanism and function of a kaleidoscope. Millions upon millions of different pattern options available upon the slightest adjustment in angle and reflection. Suddenly triangles become diamonds, structures emerge from shapes, character and uniqueness from multiplicity.

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Chris Mollison

I'm a photographer in Tokyo, Japan

My approach to photography is grounded in my passion for stories, ideas and the people and places they are built around.

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