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Ellie Davies Superimposes Hubble Imagery On Top of Wooded Areas

 - May 30, 2015
References: elliedavies & thisiscolossal
The latest work of Ellie Davies, aptly dubbed Stars, juxtaposes the earth and skies in a magical series of images that will astound many. In a world of addicted to Photoshop and technology in general, it's interesting to note that at first glance Ellie Davies' images look like real installations. Yet in reality she superimposed images taken from the Hubble space telescope onto wooded landscapes to create an intriguing juxtaposition.

Also relying on light, smoke and crafts, Ellie Davies' images straddle the line between surreal and real. This is Colossal writes, "These mystical images are created in order to encourage pause, and provoke thoughts about how landscapes influences our identity." People will be inspired to truly reflect on this influence.