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Size Matters: Changing Proportions of Everyday Objects

Monday 12.24.2012 , Posted by
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Imagine a world where children’s toys are bigger than they are and the defenseless rabbits that a hunter is seeking to shoot are the size of elephants! These are just some of the scenarios that Franck Allais has created with his photography. The self-taught French photographer who is currently based in London manipulates the magnitude of objects to create playful scenes that could only be seen in dreams. Some of his photos are reminiscent of the 1989 classic film Honey, I Shrunk the Kids.

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According to Artmix Creative, Allais “likes playing with every day things, and bringing them into another context and if possible – making people smile.” I think it’s safe to say that he has accomplished this mission. See more images from Allais’ portfolio and also his commissioned works on his website.

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Jessica Czeck

Written by Jessica Czeck



Former NYC Science Teacher, Vegan, Singer, Super Virgo, Dreamer, Traveler, Vorzonian Zebra in Human Skin, Mom to @HarrisonLovesMe.

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