Photographer’s use of 3D tech in his art will blow your mind.
In 1884, Edwin Abbott wrote a satirical novel; Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions. This book was based on a fictional story of two-dimensional world of Flatland. Even though the novel was all about the hierarchy of the Victorian culture, the novel has been noted for its immense contribution to the examination of dimensions.
While numerous movies have been created based on the novel with the most notable one being the 2007 film; Flatland, a Turkish artist Aydin Buyuktas is taking the dimensional world a notch higher by creating his own series of ‘flatland’ in an unforeseen perspective, which disregards the laws of nature and physical existence.
Buyuktas who is a professional photographer and digital artist turned the city of Istanbul, Turkey upside down by using warped collages to distort the viewer’s perspective of the city. He incredibly turns famous places in the city such as the Sultanahmet Square and Maltepe Stadium, as well as the city streets into doubling halves making them look as if they are stretching into the sky before folding backwards onto their remaining halves.
The artist perfectly uses digital technology that includes a 3D software and drone photography to achieve the image that appears to reverse the laws of gravity in such a surreal manner.