Wednesday, January 09, 2013

Surreal Images by Photographer Joel Robison


Joel Robison is a Canadian photographer who explores and imagines a surreal, fairy tale-like world with his images.  His charming self-portraits where he appears in his personally created dream world are so imaginative and whimsical.  I love the little fantasies he creates and my favorite from this series is the image of him floating away with a big, red balloon.  And by the way, he has an Etsy shop where he goes by boywonder and sells a selection of his work that is not only beautiful but affordable!















 Via My Modern Met.





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10 comments:

Katie@mummydaddyme said...

They are really clever and inspirational.

suzy said...

haha! i totally did something like this last year. but it was much more...amateur. and ridiculous. i had just gotten my first real camera {not an slr but better than a crappy point and shoot} and i spent a couple hours trying to figure it out and made a silly little post called, "i ate myself for brekkie".
{http://suzykrauseandtheskyscrapers.blogspot.ca/2011/09/i-ate-myself-for-brekkie.html}

{not trying to hijack the post or anything, i just thought it was funny. :)}

Dancing Branflake said...

This is beyond incredible. PS, I'm your newest follower. I can't get enough of your blog. So glad you found me!

Chic 'n Cheap Living said...

I love the fun, surreal air of these photos!

p.s. I didn't know you didn't know Dancin' Branflake. you two will get along famously!

xoxo,
Chic 'n Cheap Living

Elisse said...

Fun photos, and love the new site layout! -e

Monica L. Shulman said...

thanks so much everyone! I think they're pretty cool too. And this is actually the second installment of the series. You should check out his site to see more.

Alice Olive said...

Oh, wow! Thanks for sharing.

Shoko said...

i LOVE these, especially that first one. so inspiring!

BonBon Rose Girls Kristin said...

LOVE the Christmas lights!

roygroething.com said...

Completely stunning.I just love the softness and lighting methods of these photos it just like seeing through with my own eye on site… Two thumbs up! Editorial Photography | Roygroething's Photostream