The german designer and photographer Julia Schuler creates colorful and expressive experimental photographs.
In her powerful and intense photographs she combines experimental photography, graphic design and digital image processing to create vivid structures, in which the visual border between photography and painting becomes blurred. The decorative effect arises out of the interaction of colours and shapes and the composition of the art works, which capture the viewers’ eye by purposely bringing colours of accent and contrast into action.
Each of her art works has its origin in an exposure of two pictures she shoots first and then emphasizes the textures by digital image processing. The actual item often exposes only when you take a second look. In her work she mirrors the sensory overload of modern life.