Ara Solis is a creative series of photographs by Guatemalan photographer Luis Gonzalez Palma showing model ships sailing across seas of crumpled bed sheets.
Ara Solis by Luis Gonzalez Palma (via My Modern Met)
Image credits: Photographs by Luis Gonzalez Palma and used with permission
hahaha, very cool.
Seeing something innovative likes this makes me wonder how in more than a century of photography no one thought of this before.
I’m reminded of the line from Robert Louis Stevenson’s poem The Land of Counterpane…”And sometimes sent my ships in fleets, All up and down among the sheets”
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Great idea, lovely lighting. Might have been a bit cooler if it was a closer crop so that only the boat and sheets were shown so it really gave more of the oceanic impression, but now i’m just being a douchey critic.
^ even worse.
after what had been done in bed, we all know that ship has sailed
And he didn’t even have to get wet. It’s just a bit short of brilliant if he only took it a bit farther and made it more melodramatic
It’s simplicity is Genius.
Cool idea to try out with my waterbed!
I was thinking the same, better a closer look, but brilliant indeed.