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Adrian Limani Creates Fascinating Illusions with No Props

 - Mar 11, 2014
References: adrianlimani & mymodernmet
Adrian Limani is a self-taught cameraman who has created a lighthearted and mischievous series of playful moon photography.

Limani captures a young man posing in front of the moon, using it as a prop and engaging it as a subject in the photo. The images display this man leaning against the moon, using it to play basketball and even holding it in his hands.

Limani creates abstract by focusing the subject and the moon at at distance; he gives the illusion that both objects are of the same size. On his reasoning and inspiration behind the series he says, "I live in a place that you can’t do much so I try to cross the border with my imaginative world."

Limani shows how creative one can be with no props or special effects. His imagination and creativity inspire the viewer to see inordinary and whimsical things in everyday life.