Double-Exposure Photographs Let You See Your Favourite Animals In A Whole New Light
Visual artist Andreas Lie is, officially, one of our favourite Norwegians.
Andreas Lie lives in Bergen, Norway. At Mpora, we think Andreas Lie is one seriously cool dude. In fact, if there was a league table for the world's coolest dudes, we reckon Andreas would definitely be pushing for a Champions League spot.
"Hold up! I've never even heard of Andreas Lie...," we hear you cry.
Well unless your specialist subject is visual artists based in Bergen, Norway, that's completely understandable. To be perfectly honest, it's only within the last week that Lie's work has come to our attention. And boy, oh boy, is it work worthy of our attention.
Andreas has blurred the boundaries between wilderness and wildlife; creating photographs that are genuinely beautiful. The eye-melting images, done in Lie's trademark double-exposure style, feature a subtle gradient that transforms the animals' fur and feathers into visual representations of the environments they inhabit.
In other words, they're really nice to look at. Don't believe us? Why not take a look below, and see for yourself. If you're interested in buying one of the images, Andreas sells his artwork on Society 6.