Aaron McLaughlin

Aaron McLaughlin

Nature in itself is pretty awe-inspiring, but it’s even more spectacular when paired with mystical graphics, as seen in the image above created by UK artist Aaron McLaughlin. With its grainy quality, this image seems to have come straight from a vintage copy of National Geographic. Though unnatural to the environment, the shapes seamlessly blend in with the landscape, forcing the viewer to question their origin and decide whether or not it’s real…and how I wish it were real.

Aaron McLaughlin

Aaron McLaughlin

Aaron McLaughlin

Aaron McLaughlin

McLaughlin’s work is beautiful in its simplicity and stunning in its composition. To see more of his work, visit his website and Flickr.

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Mark Weaver
Chad Kouri
Matthew Lyons

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The juxtaposition of “raw” form with “geometric form” is hard to do… He pull this together well.

Dallas Graham |

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Yawn. Ever heard of Mark Weaver?

apeman |

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I wanted to thank you for this great read!! I definitely enjoying every little bit of it I have you bookmarked to check out new stuff you post

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Man, this stuff is great. Thanks again Grain Edit!

Ever heard of inspiration? Its fuelled art throughout its entirety, cynicism is just annoying

James |

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You can the flickr link

Wojtek |

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These are well done. Love this kind of stuff. I often check our iso50.com. They post a lot stuff with similar design.

they pretty much resemble Mark Weaver’s.. who emmerged first?

hijo |

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Wonderful creations!
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@Wojtek – Just updated his Flickr link.

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