Turin-born Alberto Selvestrel has been recognised at various magazines across the world, with indefinite landscapes that stretch into large, open expanses filled with natural contrasts and sweeping spaces.
Selvestrel’s complementary topographies utilise negative spaces – pale blue skies and untouched sands are a playground for emptiness. With a subtle sense of the uncanny – wandering clouds and anthropomorphic gathers of trees – the images tie into the lilting rhythm of the land.
Each image cuts up nature with clean lines and minimal focus – representing a conceptual no man’s land where human-less settings revel in simplicity.
1. All images courtesy Alberto Selvestrel.