Cherry Blossom Girl 1 is a photographic print by American Fashion Photographer, GL Wood.
An interesting fact about this photographer is he is not a fan of Photoshop. Instead, he prefers the imperfections and rough textures achieved with glue, paint, tape and scissors. When flipping through his portfolio, it’s almost impossible to fathom that a handful of simple school supplies are his weapons of choice in transforming straightforward photography into mesmerizing collage work that blurs the lines between his two loves – fashion and fine art.
IRK magazine on GL Wood:
When the viewer closely studies the trick-of-the-eye craft that lives within each of Wood’s dynamic compositions, it’s quite easy to see why his work has graced the pages of fashion giants, such as: Elle, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Nylon, GQ and W. It equally leads you to wonder, what marvellous alchemy of cut-and-paste does Wood use to achieve such unexpected visual dichotomies that seamlessly intermingled and explode with excitement.
Firstly, IRK magazine recently caught up with Wood virtually, where he is currently isolating in his new LA home – read the interview here.
Secondly, read our GL Wood artist interview 49 Questions and Art Ain’t One
And finally, why not view the full collection of available works by GL Wood