As a child, Sandrine Estrade used to spend hours lying on the grass, watching the clouds and finding drawings hidden in their abstract forms. Now, the little joke
has turned into a profession.
Proposing a new way to face everyday objects, the artist shows, through her interventionsthat, that even the most banal landscapes may contain various creative interpretations. You just have to know how to look at it.
So, by mixing photography and illustration, Estrade turn little cracks in the walls into smoke chachimbo, ironing boards in butterflies and cones in witch hats.
According to Sandrine, in the era of cell phones and computers it’s important to appreciate simple things, such as getting bread at the bakery, taking the children to school or just walking around … and imagining.
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