Artist “Completes” Clouds By Adding Silhouetted Shapes To Them, And The Results Are Beautiful

When you’re an artist, everything is a medium. Even the sky. Lân Nguyen, who is known online as 19.XCV (which stands for 1995), has been transforming photos of the sky into everyday objects and scenes using digital silhouettes, and judging by the images, his imagination is certainly that of a creator.

“What started in 2017 as just posting sunset photos that I’ve captured with my phone quickly turned into uploading creative and unique images that no one has ever seen before,” 19.XCV told Bored Panda.

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