We see light and shadow everyday, but we do not always appreciate their power. Below are two groups of images that re-view this common occurrence and provide a different perspective - playful and challenging - which reminds me of the times when i've seen something that wasn't actually there but could have been - and clearly was suggestive enough for me to perceive it.
The first pair of images are of a table that creates its own "sunlit" shadow, the second set is a series of images that turn look as light/shadow as physical objects.
‘the subconscious effects of daylight’ by daniel rybakken, 2008Via DesignBoom
le creative sweatshop with khuong nguyen: