For his series titled "Bedscapes" photographer Skott Chandler created replicas of well-known landscapes out of his blankets, sheets, pillows and other items from his bedroom. Photographed with black and white film, from the right angle, and with the right light, the textures of the sheets create the illusion of monstrous mountains and deep valleys. Skott says, "I spent numerous hours researching places I felt viewers would connect with; then I began constructing these places. At night in my bedroom, I spent hours propping up pillows and getting the wrinkles and folds to lay just right, then adjusting the light and camera to best sell the illusion that these photographs of my bed were more than just the bed."
Find out more about Skott's work here.