Plastic Life by Vincent Bousserez is Artful and Imaginative

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Jan 24, 2012 • References: hypebeast & frameweb
Plastic Life by Vincent Bousserez is a book chronicling the memorable miniature-obsessed works of the French photographer. Inspired by toy trains from his childhood, the artist creates dynamic microworlds with the help of miniature plastic figurines and everyday objects.

Boussarez creates real object landscapes, placing figurines amongst a remote surrounding environment. He creates scenes that explore humorous, compelling, disturbing, naughty and nostalgic themes, inspiring viewers with a greatly established sense of place.

Using macro photography, the artist showcases tiny people's perception of large and lifeless objects, connecting both in unexpected ways. From beer cap pools, to paint box housing, Plastic Life by Vincent Boussarez is an artful and imaginative photo book that dares to be different, displaying the Frech photographer's bold and memorable signature style. Stats for Perception-Shifting Microworlds Trending: Older & Warm
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