By Margherita Cole on August 9, 2021
There’s no Photoshop involved. Just a creative vision and A LOT of patience.
Artist Adam Hillman has a way of finding hidden beauty in ordinary objects. He uses items like toothpicks, buttons, and forks to create mesmerizing flat lay art. By arranging each piece according to its shape and color, he creates psychedelic compositions that are hard to look away from.
In the world of Hillman, dozens of sewing pins transform into a labyrinthine maze, rainbow paperclips create a hexagonal pattern, and LEGOs should always be grouped according to hue. It is his consistent use of organization—especially as it relates to color—that makes each work so pleasing to viewers.[…]