Justin Plunkett’s amazing surreal landscapes and structures.

 

Justin Plunkett, an Artist and Designer based in Cape Town, South Africa, has a way of transforming real ordinary photographs into Surreal Images.  As a creative director of various organizations, past and present, he has been delivering the most fundamental concept of Art, and as he puts it :  Simple, Clear and Beautiful.

One of his amazing projects is titled Con/Struct —  an Art/Design Exhibition of surreal landscapes and structures.  These are real photographs that were digitally improved to create extraordinary and dynamic images of somewhat dark futuristic world.

In this project, Plunkett wonders on the fusion of commercial marketing and creative imagination. He thought it could “both perverse and create beauty” in our environmental landscape. However, despite of this apprehension, he still “honours and applauds ingenuity and the creative spirit” as the core of his work. 

The exhibition has concluded on May 31, 2014 at The Cabinet | 64A Wale Street, Cape Town.  For more info, please check out their Facebook Page.

Enjoy the photos below.

All images courtesy of Justin Plunkett, and are published with permission. To see more of his work, please visit his Website.

 

Skhayascraper

Justin-Plunkett - Skhayascraper

 

“Simple, clear and beautiful – first and always. I am committed to delivering world-class design – deeply imbued with strategic intent – that works hard to fulfill its intended function.” ~ Justin Plunkett

 

 

Glory to Gold

Justin-Plunkett - Cathedral

 

 

Langa Longer Shopping Mall

Justin-Plunkett - Spaza

 

I live and love design.
It’s a joyful process.
It’s striving to find clarity – scraping off the superfluous. Finding the gem.

~ Justin Plunkett

 

 

Sunny Meadow Fun Park

Justin-Plunkett - Rollercoaster

 

 

Bridge below starry skies

Justin-Plunkett - Undertrack

 

 

Gugulethu Gables

Justin-Plunkett - Capedutch

 

 

Diepsloot Dignity Tower

Justin-Plunkett - Monument

 

 



Nelson Kamdon

I Am Simply Flowing with the River of Life. I Take What Comes and Let Go What Goes.

Search