French conceptual artist Philip Ramet creates amazing photographs that break all the laws of gravity. We bring to your attention Inverted world from Philip Ramet. All photos are taken without any retouching. In his works, Ramet bravely challenges the gravity, weight and our dependence on the surrounding landscape. For him, nothing is impossible. In his photographs Ramet manages to create a feeling of incredible weightlessness and serenity. Looking at his pictures, it seems that a person no longer needs to go out into space to tear himself away from the earth. Of course, such work is not safe, but Ramet carefully approaches every picture. He himself directs the process of filming, skilfully disposed of his loyal team of assistants.
On the last photo on the left, the operators help Ramet to climb an iron bar, hammered into the trunk of a tree, so that this photo (right), which breaks all the laws of gravity, turns out. The artist and photographer uses various tools to create incredible anti-gravity shots. These tools allow him to stand, sit or even hang in the most incredible places. For filming underwater, he used special lead sinkers, holding it in the right position. Tools used in the work, such as iron bars, sinkers and various beams, are hidden under his clothes. Or the photo is made so that they are not visible.Photogallery Total | 22 pictures