You don’t need unlimited models, the perfect sunset or the priciest flowers to take awesome photos, just take a look at Emily Blincoe’s photographs and you will know this for certain. The Austin, Texas-based photographer uses collections of mundane everyday objects to create beautiful, striking and even soothing photos.
Blincoe exercises her talented eye by placing objects into perfect arrangements based on shape, size and color. Once she’s got everything placed just right she takes photos, and the results are far more incredible than you likely imagine.
Emily uses all sorts of everyday odds and ends to work her magic including leaves, lollipops, matchsticks and berries. The simple premise behind each detailed photograph proves that with enough creativity you can create art that speaks volumes out of just about anything.
So take a break from your hectic day and enjoy getting lost looking at these satisfying arrangements made out of everyday objects.
Emily writes on her website, “I find inspiration in faces, shapes, colors, light and quiet little moments. Most days you can find me wandering in the tall grass somewhere between Austin and Nashville with my dog, Eleanor.”
Emily’s work speaks for itself but her portfolio of clients is equally impressive including Target, Mercedes, GAP, Samsung, Marriott Hotels, Verizon, Ebay and many more.
Emily is currently on the road working on her collections project, which includes looking for everyday people with vast collections of stamps, rocks or just about anything.
Emily wrote on her blog about the photo below: “I robbed a bank today, y’all. Here’s the loot.”
“A flock of feathers forged from my favorite fields.”
Blincoe has many other awesome projects under her belt as well that you can check out through her website where she also sells prints of her work.