Christopher Wilson’s Unearthly Bonneville Shots

Images of the salt flats always have an other-worldly air about them. The landscape is so emphatically surreal. When combined with very recognizable icons in the form of 1930s coupes, the effect is almost always unsettling: Reminiscent of some of the best aspects of the visuals of THX-1138. These shots though, by Christopher Wilson elevate it to something entirely new. They are haunting; at once real and unreal, sterile and weathered. Amazing.

Via A Time to Get, which has a few more shots that will have to tide you over while Christopher’s site is under maintenance.

One response to “Christopher Wilson’s Unearthly Bonneville Shots”

  1. […] for main­te­nance. But here are a hand­ful of Christo­pher Wilson’s images from the salt. Ethe­real indeed. (thanks […]

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