In French photographer Charles Pétillon’s ‘Invasion’ series, hundreds of white balloons of different sizes take over man-made structures and natural surroundings. Part installation, part photography project, the series is meticulously staged in different locations, including an abandoned house, a basketball hoop, and a forest.
Each set represents a particular meaning, such as childhood memories, the use of carbon dioxide, and DNA structures. The balloons are visual metaphors for the point of view that we encounter every day, morphing from practical perceptions to visible emotions. Check out the full series, and watch the behind-the-scenes video below.
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