Wyne Veen's Photography Isn't Afraid to Experiment

By: Vasiliki Marapas - Published: Jun 2, 2014 • References: wyneveen & itsnicethat
The latest works of art by Wyne Veen, a dutch photographer, are as curious and unique as her past collections.

Veen has an eye for the abstract; with her careful vision, she can transform ordinary, household objects into totems of surrealism. For instance, a bevy of coffee cups can easily become an optical illusion, while a series of ice cream cartons manage to exude a sensualism I didn't think was possible for an inanimate object.

The magic is all in the way Veen postures her work, inspiring a sense of euphoria in the viewer. Most importantly, Veen isn't afraid to experiment, whether it's with materials or their positioning. She takes impressive liberties with her work that ensures that each photograph is fresh and interesting. Stats for Abstractedly Stacked Photography Trending: Older & Mild
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