Oliver Wasow

Ranier Valley, Washington

Ranier Valley, Washington

New York-based photographer Oliver Wasow works mostly with digital photography, having taught it at Bard and SVA. He creates hyperrealistic, crisp landscapes that at times can look like portals into another world. And while he’s refrained from it recently, his composite work from the late 90s is my favorite.

Quintana Roo, Mexico

Quintana Roo, Mexico

Kuriso River, Hokkaido, Japan

Kuriso River, Hokkaido, Japan

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Route 17

  • http://sashamlee.com Sasha

    Wowww, I love these. I like in the top one he uses every cheezy landscape trick there is- waterfall, rainbow, cityscape, craggy coastline- it’s like those motivational “Success” posters hanging in office coffee rooms, only on acid, and without any inspirational phrase tacked on underneath….