Sakir Gökçebag

These photo projects by Turkish artist Sakir Gökçebag are fantastic! He skillfully arranges and manipulates fruit into these visually dynamic geometric shapes and patterns. My favorite are his apple pieces but his other fruits are equally great. His other works include installations using umbrellas, toilet paper, shoes and various other materials. My horse and I would love to go to one of his exhibits.

Apples Series:

?akir Gökçeba? Exhibit

Sakir Gökçebag Exhibit

A03, C Print by ?akir Gökçeba?

A03, C Print. 2007 Ed.

A10, C Print by ?akir Gökçeba?

A10, C Print. 2007 Ed.

A12, C Print by ?akir Gökçeba?

A12, C Print. 2007 Ed.

A02, C Print by ?akir Gökçeba?

A02, C Print. 2007 Ed.

Apple Peach Series:

AP13, C Print by ?akir Gökçeba?

AP13, C Print. 2010 Ed.

AP16, C Print by ?akir Gökçeba?

AP16, C Print. 2010 Ed.

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Ulrika Kestere

7 Horses, a photography series by Ulrika Kestere. The story behind this project is about a girl who had 7 imaginary horses and people thought she was crazy. One day the girl washed and hung her clothes to dry on a string in her garden, and out of nowhere a windy autumn storm came and blew her clothes along with all seven horses. She was devastated and went searching for her horses, finding one by one wrapped in her clothes.

7 Horses by Ulrika Kestere

7 Horses by Ulrika Kestere

7 Horses by Ulrika Kestere

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