The Gneborg Studio Focuses on Playfully Strange Scenarios

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jun 21, 2012 • References: & itsnicethat
The Gneborg studio creates wonderfully weird photography. Founded by a couple of big kids at heart, Geoffrey Cottenceau and Romain Rousset, the photo projects often revolve around everyday materials and objects that have been arranged in such a way as to indulge limitless imaginations and strange occurrences. From riding camels to multiple limbs, the Gneborg studio explores everything the minds of these two Swiss photographers can come up with.

Witty, playful and everything in between, the Gneborg studio shows that nothing is ever what it first appears. It can be manipulated into something beyond its original purpose. Children are used to entertaining these beliefs. In fact, they take them very seriously. Channeling that creativity and energy, the Gneborg studio attempts to do the same in a more elaborate way. Stats for Imaginatively Weird Photography Trending: Older & Average
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