This Miniature Animals Photography Series is Whimsical and Raw

By: Farida Helmy - Published: Apr 8, 2014 • References: & featureshoot
Creating a world that is moody, dramatic and surprisingly realistic, Andrea Buzzichelli's miniature animals photography series is whimsical and hauntingly sad.

All in black and white, the miniature animals photography series shows a desolate world where the animals are set in a world of snow, either lost from home or trying to get to a safe and comforting place. The ethereal, soft and pretty snowy looks are countered with the lonely and displaced feelings that the animals strongly portray from a distance.

Whether the Italian artist created this imaginary world of miniature animals for artistic reasons or to reveal a deeper meaning is unclear. What is clear through is that Buzzichelli used photography techniques to experiment with scale and perspective, and he does it brilliantly. Stats for Somber Monochrome Animal Photograph Trending: Older & Chilly
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