Conceptual artist and photographer Karina Sharpe, based on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia has made symmetry and flat-lay photography into a true art form – whether for artistic purposes or for product photography work.
Her photos totally appeal to my love of symmetry and order! She has even created a work called ‘Things Arranged Neatly’ – see below – which embodies her goal of ‘making people see things that aren’t there, ponder things they’d never thought of or view the ordinary in a marvellous way’. I’m sure there are some for whom her images are too perfectly aligned and arranged that they’d like to ruffle them up a bit but for me, they’re just right.
Plant Patterns conceptual art created for online Australian magazine, The Plant Hunter.
Conceptual Still Life Photography for The Rabbit Hole Tea Bar in Sydney, Australia, with the intention of presenting their handsome, organic tea blends in an interesting and memorable way.
Creative and conceptual jewellery photography and styling for Polli, a sustainable jewellery and clothing label that is designed and made in Byron bay, Australia.
Ice cream cone conceptual art.
Still Life in Charcoal.
If you want to get ideas on how to be creative with your photos, I suggest you have a look at Karina’s website here.
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