Toronto designer/artist Alex McLeod’s 3D digital renderings of various fantasy landscapes are seriously off the charts. They’re so gloriously, glossily fake that for a second they almost seem real. They’re like snapshots of dreams, or brochure photos to some sort of surreal, plastic, rainbow-filled holiday spot. The kind of spot where volcanoes erupt with spring water and clouds are transparent helium balloons. It’s landscape photography meets Saturday morning cartoons.
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