Distorted image views and botanical photo projections make the artful Javier Casares by Rainer Torrado image series come to life. This conceptual set of portraits captures the gorgeous details of a white orchid plant while infusing them with traditional model portraits.
Once captured, an orchid's floral elements are then dissected and dispersed to play with a viewer's perception. Success Models face Javier poses in a series of intimate studio depictions that are later over-layed with the original orchid views.
The result of the Javier Casares by Rainer Torrado image series is a bold visual kaleidoscope that takes its viewer through a botanical journey of eye-catching elements. These range from flower-clad face views to more ambiguous views that reveal the flower's delicate structure.
The Javier Casares by Rainer Torrado Image Series is Flower-Infused
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