- Jane Ward takes photographs of her travel and layers them over each other on a computer before stripping away layers piece by piece to produce apocalyptic visions. Last year her collages were more realistic but this years she’s produced some that are rather more tongue-in-cheek with inverted and swirling landscapes that look like they would be at home in the film Inception.
- Tom Leighton specialises in creating seamless cityscapes with disparate landmarks. At first it will feel like you are looking at a picture of St. Mark’s square in
before you quickly realise that the Cathedrale Notre Dame should not be at the end of it, nor should St. Paul’s, the Burj Khalifah and Flatiron building be part of the same skyline. If they were that would be one magnificent skyline. Venice
- Yves Krief uses a very similar take to Leighton but focuses on
and a post-apocalyptic landscape littered with wild animals. However, the colour palette used is much bolder than you would get with John Martin so there is a more light-hearted feel to it. America