Jessica Eaton Creates Fictional Rainbows With Filter Sample

By: Tisah Tucknott - Jun 24, 2009   Updated: Apr 4 2011
References: wecantpaint & 20x200
Canadian photographer Jessica Eaton has created a beautiful fictional rainbow by using hundreds of sample filter packs. The rainbow was made on a window and mimics a stained glass windowpane.

Other works by Jessica Eaton include the idea of experimentation and a focus on the perception of light. Her work really shines (sorry, I had to).

Implications - The global recession cast a wave of anxiety over consumers and businesses alike. To combat those feelings of depression, product designers released aesthetic objects meant to boost moods, encourage relaxation and stimulate a sense of nostalgia for happier times. The rainbow, a cheery phenomenon typically only seen after a storm, became the perfect allegory for a promising future after the end of the recession.