Aerial fashion photography blends textiles with topography

In an ongoing series, fashion photographer Joseph Ford blends two seemingly disparate subjects: textiles and aerial photography. Using a simple side-by-side layout, Ford places aerial images shot on various advertising jobs next to closeups of clothing, with stunning results. North African dunes blend effortlessly into the folds of a sweater, coastal pathways transform into a plastic zipper, and a plaid Adidas shirt becomes an isometric grid of  houses. It’s an expertly executed, visually arresting set of photos. For more shots, visit This is Colossal, or for the full series head to Ford’s site.

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