Dan Mountford

I was recently reading an article that was discussing how scientists still don’t comprehend how we’re able to visualize items in our head.  It is strange to think of the wealth of visual objects in our minds and how we’re able to call them up at will within the play dough folds of our brain.  Bringing shape to this puzzling ability, English artist Dan Mountford’s remarkable double exposure photography allows us to peer within the minds and memories of his models.  Titled, “A World Inside of Me,” his photo melding peels away the physical structure of our heads and replaces it with thought; strange and intangible.  I was just excited to see some photos from Brighton!  Check out his Flickr here for the rest of the series and for some great photo collage work.

via The G Box
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