Cape town-based artist philip barlow depicts a world in which figures and objects are seen solely for their interaction with light. It's a world where everyone has a bad eyesight!
Have you at any point considered how individuals with explicit eye errors see the world? Philip Barlow, a Cape Town-based craftsman, has made a progression of works of art that strikingly demonstrates the battle of the individuals who have nearsightedness or partial blindness, the most well-known refractive blunder of the eye.
At a first look, Barlow's artistic creations look like photos that are out of focus. Be that as it may, these hyperrealistic oil artworks consummately depict the obscured impact that astigmatic individuals see when they remove their glasses and let those with typical vision comprehend what it resembles to live with this condition. Take a look for yourself: