Burning Man is immortalized in an art festival photography series that makes it look like something straight out of a 'Mad Max' movie. Desolate, wild and full of dystopian-like imagery, the photo series could easily be passed as digital artworks. From giant sculptures set on fire to people dressed in outrageous outfits, the art festival photography captures a different world, which happens to be located at the Black Rock dessert in Nevada.
Shot by New Zealand photographer Trey Ratcliff, the images are highly stylized, which brings out the fantastical elements in each scene. Capturing everything he comes across, costumes, installations and sculptures are given an epic makeover by way of his art festival photography. He manages to capture the awesome experience on his camera.