Toy photography and flights of fancy: it almost seems like a defining combination. Wouldn‘t it be nice to just have a huge wall with a couple of tiny windows and a backlit „Tickets“ sign? Then I could show a long line of people waiting to get one. And can I translate the jazz music played at a concert into a picture?
Flights of fancy indeed, and when I build these 1/87 scale dioramas or set up scenes, it often seems like they will remain just that. Other times, things turn out quite well (if not always the way I would have expected). These two pictures are from my jazz series. The titles are Broadway Blues and Jumpin’ at the Woodside, after the respective songs composed by Ornette Coleman and Count Basie.
10 thoughts on “Flights of Fancy”
Your pictures and story are amazing Tobias, very creative!
Thank you for your kind comment, Sylvia!
Fantastic, Tobias! I love your concept and your photos. Just wonderful.
I am glad you like ’em. Thanks!
Those are amazing Tobias, and what a perfect choice for the week. Superb!
Thank you Tina. Much appreciated!