Martina Lang’s “Paper/Plant” Photography Series

July 14, 2016 by

'paper/plant’ photography series

Photographer Martina Lang’s nature-themed works all contain underlying elements of humor and surrealism. Her pastel ‘paper/plant’ photography series exudes a softness, capturing various plants peeking out of abstract paper shapes against a backdrop of a clean white wall and natural wood floors.

'paper/plant’ photography series

“More than anything, I identify with the profession of a storyteller,” says Lang, who is also a freelance art director.

'paper/plant’ photography series

Her graphic-inspired, playful shots provide a subdued pop of color that contrasts nicely with the plants.

'paper/plant’ photography series

Consistently drawn to themes or motifs involving nature, Lang suggests about her choice of themes, that “maybe it has to do with my upbringing. I also find humor irresistibly attractive.”

'paper/plant’ photography series

'paper/plant’ photography series

Lang invites us to see plants and flowers in a different way. Interested in discovering the hidden life of flowers? Treat yourself or someone else to a visual journey looking at flowers in a way you may have never done before with photographer Robert Llewellyn’s beautifully photographed book, Seeing Flowers.  

Lang’s selected works, produced in a limited series of 15, may be purchased here.

Photos via Martina Langh/t Trendland.

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