Miniature composition by American photographer Terry Border

American photographer Terry Border came up with (and maybe even spied on) a world in which the most mundane, inanimate things live. The author calls this world Bent Objects, which roughly translates as "Revived objects." And really, who can call called "sculptures" of those who have character, loves, quarrels, like hunting, raising children?

Miniature composition by American photographer Terry Border

Photo stories from the life of things are known all over the world, they are collected, exhibited, used as decoration. American photographer Terry Border makes funny and emotional miniature sculptures from everything that turned up under the arm. With the wire and pliers, he makes everything that comes to him by the arm in funny heroes, which have the characters and a unique scenario for each of them.

Miniature composition by American photographer Terry Border

Someone calls the creation of American photographer Terry Border fruit compositions, someone calls it still-life or even sculptures. However, the amazing little world isn’t soulless and static, it is a world of well-known things, berries, fruits and vegetables, all that fills our weekdays and holidays. The photo project under the interesting name "Bent Objects" is a collection of unusual conceptual works carried out with an incredible attention to detail and depth of ideas.

Miniature composition by American photographer Terry Border

All the "models" of the photographer are involved in the most common cases: relax, compete, hunt, raise their children and monitor their appearance before the lens of his camera. It's kind of photo chronicle of life "animated things." These compositions are known worldwide and are used in the widest set of options: from the design of printed materials to thematic decor of the premises.

Miniature composition by American photographer Terry Border

One of the most famous photos. Many years ago, the "Titanic" sank from a collision with an iceberg. And a little ice cube shakes muscles and dreaming, looking at the poster with the inscription: "If you dream, you can achieve it."
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