Thursday, October 16, 2014

Art :: Gray Malin Colors Your Dreams


Gray Malin does it again, this time with his fantastical "Dream" series.  The photographer explains, "Touched by a story I read about a Scottish sheep farmer, this series is born from the desire to inspire others to stand out from the crowd and foster a sense of individuality.  Traveling to rural Australia, I worked with a family of third generation farmers who professionally misted each sheep with a vegetable-based, rinse-able dye to give them a bright colored hue.  Through the transformation of these otherwise white creatures into a rainbow of color, I hope to spark an idea; that we are all individuals and should not be afraid to bare our true colors, dare to dream and shine for all to see.  20% of the proceeds from the series will benefit Make-A-Wish Foundation to help inspire those who dream their ultimate dreams."  So inspirational! 


Images via Gray Malin

8 comments:

  1. I had not seen this series....very cool. The sheep look so cute...and that rainbow!

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  2. Such a cool photographic series! I love the story behind the concept. Great post :)


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  3. Oh wow, I totally missed the release of this so I'm so happy you shared it here. What a cool concept!

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  4. i love gray malin! what a life he must lead. an inspiration.

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  5. I cant tell you how much of an inspiration this is. :) All colors, all together, a sense of unity and beauty in every shade. Thank you so much for sharing this, or I wouldnt have know about art like this in this medium. I definitely see the photographer's concept and its well appreciated :)


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  6. Omg how amazing!! I can only imagine how fun it must have been to give these cute sheep makeovers :-)

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  7. Oh wow, this is so cool! Must have been a fun day for the photographer - pretty surreal to see in real life too I'm sure!

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  8. Gray Malin never disappoints! His work is always so fun and creative! I'm still eyeing all of his beach photography.

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