In an era before the rise of Photoshop, American surrealist artist Sandy Skoglund was conjuring up mind-bending dream-like scenes, building out complex sets which took several months to build and assemble.
Her unique style is often characterized by her passion for bright high contrasting colours set against a monochrome background, or the constant repetition of one singular object in a setting. These days Skoglund currently teaches photography and art installation at Rutgers University in New Jersey.
Living proof as it where, that you’d needn’t to rely solely on the power of a computer program to show the world your imagination and sense of creativity. All you need is dedication, hard work and vision.