Helga Stentzel is a Russian-born visible artist and photographer based mostly in London who creates whimsical optical illusions utilizing peculiar issues discovered round the home.
One in every of her current concepts was to create livestock utilizing laundry hanging out on a clothesline.
Listed below are a few of the different playful phantasm pictures Stentzel has shot to date:
Stentzel graduated from Saint Martin’s College of Artwork in London earlier than beginning out her profession as an artwork director within the promoting business. It was in that position that she discovered the fundamentals of branding, advertising and marketing, and strategic pondering.
Since then, Stentzel has mixed her expertise together with her creativity to search out success on social media. Her Instagram account, on which she usually shares her creations, boasts over 150,000 followers on the time of this writing.
“I’ve a sketchbook the place I write down and draw all concepts that come to my thoughts,” Stentzel tells Soundsnap. “This is sort of a little treasure field of mine. Some concepts take form in a short time, whereas some others want extra time to ‘ripen’.
“This implies I preserve coming again to them from time to time till they’re adequate to be [captured on camera]. As soon as they’re, I begin desirous about the main points. I at all times set out [shooting] with a stable idea in thoughts.”
Stentzel calls her illusions “family surrealism.” The artist tells Colossal that her concept got here from her childhood in Siberia, when she would see issues in and round her grandmother’s home. She’s additionally reportedly engaged on extra farm animal illusions whereas braving below-freezing temperatures in Russia.
P.S. We beforehand shared a special set of Stentzel’s animal illusions created with ordinary things.
Picture credit: Pictures by Helga Stentzel and used with permission