by Felipe Hueb
Surreal photo collage masterpiece of a young girl’s dream. Her body stretches unnaturally – her hands seem to melt on colored spheres, and her head lengthens upwards. In addition, her lips curl into a smile unnaturally and her eyes darken. Dream is symbolized by the clouds in which it hovers. Her body, as well as the background, is grainy, pixelated – surreal. Pastel colors add dreamy and oneiric nature to the graphics.
A huge eye looks at the woman, which can symbolize many things, e.g. God or an ordinary observer or a surveillance body. The girl, however, is not afraid of anything. Her defiant but powerful pose suggests that it is a colorful dream for her, showing her determined personality.
photographer / visual artist
Felipe Hueb is a Brazilian visual artist and photographer certified by the New York Institute of Photography. He was raised by a family of artists and musicians and has always been fascinated by classical art. At the age of 18 he began to photograph just for hobby. At the age of 28, he left his career as an electrical engineer in a multinational company and decided to dedicate himself only to photography. He started by photographing boudoir and artistic nude essays. He photographed tirelessly due to his passion for his work. At the same time, he improved his techniques and entered photographic contests. After a year of working as a professional photographer, he got 3 honorable mentions, one from the Moscow International Foto Awards and two from the Monochrome Contest Awards in the Fine Art and Art Nude categories.
Felipe has also provided photography and video services to large companies abroad, such as British American Tobacco in Cuba, the Embassy of Portugal in Brazil, and large Panamanian companies. He has also published 2 books: The Art of Photography and The Portugal Embassy in Brazil.
His art always seeks to impress the viewer. Felipe uses collage techniques to give more movement and mystery to photography. The goal is to freeze the emotion of the moment and impress the viewer in some way. He currently lives in Brasília making new art daily.
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