Photomontaging is a brilliant form or art that I have taken much fascination in lately. Artist Paul Cook is no newbie when it comes to this technique, challenging his viewer to take a different perspective on that which we encounter on a daily basis. Focusing on the universe, symmetry and geometrics, Cook approaches his pieces with fractals as his basis to create these gorgeous collages.
"A fractal is a mathematical set that has a fractal dimension that usually exceeds its topological dimension Fractals are typically self-similar patterns, where self-similar means they are “the same from near as from far.” Fractals, which are made of and from sacred geometry make up/are the universe, the planet, us, basically everything we see, breathe and live."
(Michele Llanos via Trandland.com)
Paul Cook has partnered up to collaborate with carpet company Modallion with images from his series "Temples of Finance" where he focuses on architectural images to create these luxury carpets.
To see more of his works, visit his website here!
(PH: Trendland.com; Modallion.com)