Flora Borsi is an excellent conceptual and surrealist artist in the photography field today. Her skill and complex concepts produce stunning evocations of universal emotions, such as love, passion, longing and grief. Flora has had solo exhibits in Europe and the United States, and she was a member of the Saatchi Gallery’s “Continental Shift” group show. Flora is a self-taught artist who has shown at the Louvre and whose work served as inspiration for the Photoshop logo. Solo exhibits of her art have taken place in Europe and the United States. If you’re interested in more information, you can find them on her website here.
One of her most significant projects is ‘Animeyed’, where she depicts a peaceful coexistence of human and animal characteristics, resulting in a combination of art and nature. Explaining it with words is impossible, let her images speak themselves. It is also worth knowing that all the followings are self-portraits.
Unbeknownst to the audience, Flora used the Hasselblad Phocus Mobile software on her smartphone while sitting centre stage in front of the camera. Flora was seated in a delicate setup, so having Phocus Mobile on her phone was critical to her being able to snap photos with the touch of a button from her seat, preview the image instantly, and make adjustments to the settings if necessary without having to get up and disturb her delicate composition. Flora’s style mixes surrealism that comes to life in her photographs, which creates a distinct style and feelings between the many aspects.
Borsi creates each picture by matching her hairdo, makeup, and eye colour to the qualities of the animals shown in it. For example, she dyes her hair orange to replicate the hue of a goldfish and paints her face snow white to mimic the texture of a dove for each composition. Since her photos are so captivating, she has nearly established a new genre, which has inspired many imitators. Borsi’s art appeals to universal themes for every human being in any part of the globe to accept the emotion reflected in her work. Please enjoy the rest of the images.