Photographer Joel Robinson inserts himself in an imagined world where people are about the same size as a bug.
In a style that resembles the shrunken down characters in 'Honey I Shrunk the Kids,' the Canadian native imagines up a fairy tale society where books are used as a tent and a typewriter is used more as steps than for writing. These charming self portraits have a dominant written word theme to them as can be seen in the reoccurring novels and pages.The filters he uses along with the recoloring of the surroundings around him give these pictures a more whimsical and fairy tale feel.
Whether he is seen floating away by a red balloon in his self portraits or behind the lens creating these shots with Photoshop, photographer Joel Robinson succeeds at captivating the true essence of childhood.
Photographer Joel Robinson Creates a Self Made Fairy Tale Reality
1. Surrealist Photography - Exploring the use of fantasy and imagination in photography to create a dreamlike reality.
2. Miniaturization - Playing with scale and perspective to create whimsical and fantastical scenes.
3. Written Word Aesthetics - Using books and written text as key elements in visual storytelling.
1. Photography - Opportunity for photographers to experiment with imaginative concepts and storytelling techniques.
2. Digital Art - Applying digital manipulation techniques to create surreal and enchanting visuals.
3. Children's Entertainment - Creating immersive and magical experiences for children through visual storytelling.