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The 'Sphere' Series Transforms Scenes with a Solitary CG Bubble

 - Jul 1, 2013
References: behance.net & mymodernmet
A series of impressive works by French artist Alexandre Bordereau entitled 'Sphere' transform regular photographs with the simple addition of a floating CG bubble. Each piece features a different scene dominated by a hyper-realistic globe. Floating in the center, the sphere takes in and alters the world around it. As a result, you can see more of the scene than what the original photo would have shown through the bubble's distorted reflection.

Bordereau created Sphere by using a combination of techniques. Using his photography skills as a base, he created the works in Sphere with the help of photo-manipulation and graphic design techniques.

The Sphere project is currently still a work in progress as Bordereau is continuing to add new pieces to the collection.