|Could anyone create art from natural disasters?
Should anyone even try? And if so, why?
|Steve McGhee creates his scenes of natural disasters from photos such as these. Looks like he'll have no shortage of
source material for a while to come.
|Is it real or is it Photoshop?
|I Came Apart,
Steve McGhee, self-portrait
After college, McGhee found work in design and advertising, but he never lost his childhood taste for the darker side of life. Although his professional work is of extremely high-quality, but he really shines in the art he creates just for fun. The personal work he posts on his website reflects both his natural talent as well as the skills he’s acquired over his many years of working. These personal pieces frequently fo-cus on what can go wrong at any given mo-ment. They are visions of the post-apocalyptic world, predictions for what might happen in our future--now or later. They’re worst-case scen-arios, things we hope will never actually hap-pen.
Last Flight Home,
Water vs. the City,
|When Everything Died,