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Christy Lee Rogers Creates Water-Saturated Silhouettes

 - Sep 16, 2011
References: christyrogers & mymodernmet
If the sounds of travelling into an underwater universe sounds appealing to you, that is exactly what artist Christy Lee Rogers does within her diluted portraits. Without the need for Photoshop, this photographer is able to create raw images that play with light and dark.

Using fluid fabrics Christy Lee Rodgers plays up the mysteriously soaked nature of underwater universes. According to My Modern Metropolis, the artist believes that "the work of an artist lies in manifesting their inner world externally, so you are also experiencing my quest for the answers to life and the knowledge that's contained in and around it."

Implications - Using vibrant fabrics is a key way that advertisers are able to instantly capture viewer attention. These advertisers can take their work one step further by playing with elements such as fire or water when creating captivating visual displays.