Clouds exert a special fascination on people because of their various colors, sizes and the infinite number of shapes they can take.
Martin Feijoó (aka Tincho) is an Argentinian creative based in Madrid who gets his inspiration directly from the sky. When he was child Tincho was fascinated by the shapes of the clouds, but his attraction was also sustained by a nice story that adults told him according to which the shapes were created by expert balloon twister clowns who live in the sky. It seems that the only reason clowns were doing this was to keep entertaining children.
While he was on a trip to Mexico, Tincho remembered the story that delighted his childhood and started to take pictures of clouds. Based on these pictures he developed a very nice series of illustrations which he entitled The Shaping Clouds Project.
Below you can see some of his illustrations as well as the clouds that served as source of inspiration. For more about Martin Feijoó’s work check his account on behance.
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