Artist's Head is in the Clouds

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This playful series by artist Martín Feijoó illustrates the forms his imagination draws when he focuses on clouds. The project, which the artist calls Shaping Clouds, evokes memories I have of playing similar creative games with my peers and family as a child. Unsuprisingly, childhood memories of how cloud formations were explained to him inspired the series. Feijoó says via his Tumblr,

"When I was a child I was told that clouds’ shapes were created by expert balloon twister clowns who live in the sky, so that they can keep entertaining children. On my last trip to Mexico I remembered this and I started to photograph clouds on the road. The result is Shaping Clouds, a series of illustrations where I drew the first thing that came into my mind when I saw these clouds that I imagine someone made for me."

It's interesting how such a simple exercise can make one feel young at heart. Via 22 Words


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