Relative Dimensions

Relative Dimensions

Living and working in San Francisco, Colin Pollard creates pop-coloured projects that revel in pastel compositions and deceptive block landscapes. Asymmetry and angular shadows play with perspective at a compelling level.

Pollard utilises an intriguing depth of field, where flattened dimensions and focal points draw the eye to colour-enhanced shapes and stacks of painted concrete. Through extensive post-production, colours and shapes are changed to match a unique vision for the landscape, a step away from reality.

Almost Escher-like in their realisation, the images draw upon the anonymous landscape like mathematical components, revelling in the potential of vivid geometry, isolating individual forms and inviting the viewer to dive into an uncanny world.

IG: @collpoll

1.  All images courtesy of Colin Pollard.