When you are an artist, only your imagination is the limit. With modern technology, you can create pretty much anything you can imagine. And Turkish photographer Aydın Büyüktaş is a living example of this. His vivid imagination, inspired by sci-fi and technical books, resulted in a fantastic series of unordinary landscapes called Flatland II. And “unordinary” may be an understatement. His images show warped reality, landscapes without horizons that seem like they’re wrapping around you. You will feel like you’re watching a sci-fi movie or riding a rollercoaster in another dimension.
Flatland II, as a matter of fact, is the addition to the Flatland project, which Aydin started in Turkey. For the Flatland II series, he traveled to the USA and shot on different locations, including Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, and California.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Aydın Büyüktaş was born in Ankara in 1972. He dropped out from Bilkent University Tourism Management Department because it was not his future dream. He moved to Istanbul in 2000’s and took charge in many awarded movies and advertising videos. He continued his academic education at the department of photography at Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University since 2012. For more of his amazing work, visit his website, like his Facebook page and follow him on Instagram. Also, make sure to check out the first Flatland series here.