Ingo Rasp is an award-winning aerial landscape photographer based in Switzerland. He focuses on processes of growth and decay, using his work to highlight aspects of climate change. Structures of landscapes are interpreted as shapes, lines and textures in such a way that, at first glance, images resemble abstract paintings or pencil drawings.
Rasp’s work was exhibited at La Biennale di Venezia 2018. He is a receipt of numerous awards, including a Red Dot Brands & Communication Design Award and an International Photography Award.
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