From Print Magazine:

When looking at Lori Nix’s photographs, it’s hard to believe that each scene was constructed by hand. Perhaps even more amazing is the fact that she avoided using digital manipulation to produce the final prints. In an era where Photoshop illusions can give anyone a beach body or an animal head, Nix chooses to rely solely on the “smoke and mirrors” of lighting and perfectly scaled models built on tabletops. The result is a surreal glimpse at the themes that most influence Nix’s work: danger and disaster. Here’s what Nix had to say about her process, her influences and what people really think ofher photographs.

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Browse all of Lori Nix/Kathleen Gerber’s work at CLAMP.