Federico Ferrari, a photographer based in Italy, focuses his lens on raw and candid moments that could involve inanimate objects or statuesque models. In this case, he captures still life that appears to have suffered from a scanner glitch of some sort. Or perhaps Federico Ferrari has uncovered a rip in the Matrix that the world lives in.
Smearing across photos to create elongated plates, buildings, lifesavers and more, whatever technique Federico Ferrari employes, it gives the images an intriguing sense of disrupted dimension. By creating these rips in time and space, if only through the magic of photography and possibly Photoshop, Federico Ferrari plays with people's perspective in a casually thought-provoking way. He also forces them to look at simple scenes in a new light.
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