Antarctica has been endlessly photographed, partly because it’s one of the last true wildernesses on earth, and also because it’s currently in a state of monumental change.
Gray Malin wanted to depict these shifts in a clever way, so in his landscape photos of the breathtaking scenery, he added details like beach balls and inner tubes to signal what could happen to the continent.
Dallas native photographer Gray Malin is graduated from Emerson College in Boston in 2007, majoring in photography and marketing. While he has had his work displayed in the Dallas Museum of Art, David Streets Gallery in Beverly Hills, and in the Julia Dean Gallery in Venice, he is currently working independently with online curators and art buyers. Best known for his beach-scapes which have been featured in magazines and exhibitions all over the world, Gray created a number of series depicting the most luxurious beaches and pools from a bird’s eye view. (src. ArtDiscover)