The Trippy Photography of Phillipe Ramette

I discovered the photography of French artist Phillipe Ramette last year at an exhibition in Hong Kong and it’s really quite unusual. His surreal, off-kilter photos beg the viewer to ask, “How did he do that?” Amazingly, none of these shots were Photoshopped, and Ramette goes to great lengths to create his scenarios, building hidden metal supports that he call “sculpture-structures.”

Ramette strives to create a world of serenity, and through his work he attempts to make a statement about gravity, weightlessness, and man’s relationship to the landscape. I hope you find his photography as original and thought provoking as I do.

                                                         

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About Stephen Kelly Creative

Hi, I'm Stephen Kelly, a writer, editor, photographer and graphic designer living in beautiful San Francisco, CA, USA. Amongst the things I love are writing, photography, movies, music, fitness, travel, Batman, all things Australian, food and fun, all of which I hope to reflect in this here blog. Welcome aboard ... now let's get busy!
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One Response to The Trippy Photography of Phillipe Ramette

  1. drewpan says:

    I just have one word: “EGADS!”

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