Fractals by Matt Walford

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Highly influenced by surrealism and conceptualism, Matt Walford is a creative photographer and visual artist based in the UK, studying different possibilities and turning ideas into creatively playful images. This series of still life images are based on “Fractals” which are fragmented geometric shapes that can be split into parts, each of which is approximately a reduced-size copy of the whole. They were made using natural leaves and flowers, to create these naturalistic geometric patterns.

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