Invading Personal Space for Art

By: lourdes sanchez bayas - Published: Dec 5, 2008   Updated: Jul 12 2011 • References:
The talented German photographer Claudia Rogge seems to be obsessed with what Fubiz calls “The Human Mosaic.”

Indeed, Rogge's work involves gathering a number of people and arranging them in very complex and intricate schemes which are also very beautiful and artistic.

The sets and assemblages of this collective look very complicated but they are not random or haphazard by any means. The costumes, props and makeup used are simply amazing.

Implications - Consumers are fascinated with surrealistic imagery as it satiates their desire for escapist entertainment. As such, many photographers are looking for innovative ways to portray abstractions and oddities on camera to garner public attention. Utilizing a company's resources, corporations can easily produce imagery for advertising campaigns that is of high caliber while at the same time incredibly engaging to potential customers. Stats for Human Mosaic Photography Trending: Older & Mild
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