Deconstructed Landscapes by Jason Gowans

Jason Gowans' "Five Landscape Modes" is a series of maquettes created using found negatives, photographs, and found images from the Internet. Jason deconstructs the images and rearranges them to create new three dimensional landscapes. "After I build the models I photograph them to create several angles, exposures, shadows and pieced these fragments together." he explains, "The images directly address the multiple points of view and time that exist within landscape. Rather than having a singular representation of a site, the landscape is made up of parts that move, shift, and seemingly rotate."

 Find out more about Jason's work here.

via [Triangulation Blog]