Tobias Faisst’s high resolution photographs capture what he calls ‘Tech-Aesthetics’. Picturing everyday technology and gadgets, the sharp and edited images appear exaggerated, as though from a futuristic reality.
An intense view for the eye to behold, the lines and structures melt into one another in a highly pigmented blur of metallics and reflections. Seemingly computer generated, Faisst blurs the lines of the real and the animated, capturing the smallest glint of light in heightened detail and questioning whether this is the future of photography to come. With technology advancing at the rate it is, will our magazines one day be filled with such hyper-realistic, vivid imagery?
Step into Faisst’s matrix-like world and find more of his work here.