Daniel Eatock Juxtaposes Unfamiliar Things to Stir Thought

By: Tiana Reid - Published: Feb 12, 2012 • References: eatock & dazeddigital
Daniel Eatock asks, "How can unrelated things coexist, become more than the sum of their parts?" The photographer was featured on Dazed Digital to discuss his One + One series which is on display at the Stanley Picker Gallery in London, England.

Many of the images featured in the gallery hold a hint of humor. A watermelon wearing a bathing cap and a basketball in a class fishbowl are two of the staged photography artifacts that give new meaning to an object that you might have already had preconceived notions about. With this series, you'll take a look at something differently -- and perhaps even change your mind.

Daniel Eatock, who has worked as a graphic designer, hinted at the possibility of a book of his work coming up next. Stats for Unrelated Object Photography Trending: Older & Average
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