Although underwater photo shoots were much more prevalent last year, it seems that the photo series titled OmniPhantasmic by Neil Craver may inspire more photographers to delve into watery depths once again. Haunting and surreal, it shows just why artists were once incredibly fascinated by this life-sustaining element and alien world. Nevertheless, this particular series focuses on the more fantastical interaction between water and humans.
More than that, OmniPhantasmic by Neil Craver goes even deeper by exploring how the subconscious existence in turn affects and drives everyday lives. As My Modern Met so aptly puts it, "Decomposing forests represent broken memory connections and the horizontal line between the water and the sky show the stark division between the conscious and the subconscious." Neil Craver encourages viewers to dive into their subconscious in order to learn more about themselves and their surroundings.
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