Looks like everything is so real.
We use Adobe Photoshop for a variety of reasons today. It is useful to touch up the images that we love that preserve our memories.
This software tool also provides several commercial opportunities to create incredible designs.
Artist Ben Robins uses photography manipulation as his primary form of creativity.
He uses this tool to create art photography that seems to turn visionary ideas into reality.
Who is Ben Robins?
Robins is a digital artist living in the United Kingdom.
His primary work is as a photographer for live events, weddings, and design.
He also loves to create unbelievable photo manipulations.
Robins has been exploring this element of the art world since 2008.
The artwork he creates with software manipulation tends to cross the boundaries of fear and humor.
Many works explore the idea of mortality and vulnerability.
There are also influences from the time he spent in South Korea in the fine details of the images he releases.
Robins says that he loves experimenting with editing and photography.
His first fascination was in the technical work behind the lens, including light trails that one could add with the camera.
He says that digital manipulation follows the same processes as traditional methods of creating images.
Even if all of the photographs are planned in advance, they always tend to end up being a little different than intended.
Robins says that usually makes the final product look better.
Many Images Involve Food for Thought
Robins takes the idea of his artwork providing food for thought literally.
One of his most popular photo manipulations involves him peeling back the skin of his skull to show that it is tinfoil.
Then there is a hollow chocolate layer underneath it.
In another piece, the artist is shown eating his arm because it appears to be a loaf of bread.
There is a piece where he pulls part of his skull away to show that it is a coconut.
Another one has his brain replaced with a can of beans.
There are subtle commentaries found in his work. Some of them are jokes.
Others are commentaries about what life is like today on our planet.
One thing is for sure: his creativity has everyone looking forward to the next work he decides to release.