Sydney-based digital artist Brian Walker creates scenes that meld illustration and fashion with an element of surprise.
Stemming from a passion for illustration to depict his ideas and concepts of surrealist landscapes and characters, Walker first began using photography as a tool to represent ideas of the impossible within the believable context of photography.
Walker’s works feature compositions such as battery packed human figurines, fur clad models destined for the meat market and a post modern take on the nursery rhyme Jack and Jill. Random acts of shiny, 2006. A reference to post-shoot-operations.