Inspired by his dreams, self-taught photographer Adrien Broom sets up colorful art installations to capture amazing scenes. On display in 2015 at the Hudson River Museum, Broom uses the entire spectrum of the rainbow to create his own dream-like portrait for the eyes . The piece is meant to invoke the perception of a young girl and the simple joys of color.

When asked if there was any Photoshop was involved, he said, "For the most part no, but there are some sets that needed a little help. For example the blue world. I knew I wanted it to be underwater, so I had to Photoshop in the ceiling. There was, however, 50 lbs of real sand all over my studio floor."Kickstarter fans helped Adrien pay for the project back in February 2013 and has already reached its final stages of completion.





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