The Artistic Series Explores the Relationship With Musical Instruments

By: Alyson Wyers - Jan 30, 2016
References: simonduhamel &
In whimsical and inspiring digital compositions, French typography specialist Benoit Challand and Montreal-based photographer Simon Duhamel explore people's relationship with musical instruments. The artistic photographic series dubbed 'Bloom Maestro' consists of imagined interpretations of musical instruments in white, brass and marble and a playful pastel backdrop in pink and bluish gray hues. The two artists investigate the musician's relationship with musical instruments, featuring a male and female child.

The example of 3D illustration, according to Duhamel, uses shapes to facilitate interaction. The project displays "instruments become alive to create relationship." The process of control, learning, taming and expectation are also present in the images. Challand was responsible for the concept and CGI while Duhamel is credited for photography.