Disarming in ways akin to Wes Anderson’s cinematography, but on a petite scale, Patrick Bergsma models worlds full of vegetation, architecture, topography and individual characters.
As enchanting as the intricate elements might seem, they often come together in a post-apocalyptical manner. The burned down dwellings and encaged tree visuals contrast the seemingly innocent medium, with a distinct binary between humanity and nature. Viewers are guided back a sense of youthful innocence—through memories of grade school plasticine exploration—only to then have that optimism quashed by Tourdulich less pliable concerns like resource depletion and the ravages of war. See more on the artist’s .
Images © Patrick Bergsma