Toronto based photographer Andrew Myers was recognized in 2010 as one of the best emerging Canadian photographers by the Magenta Foundation.
His compositions and colors are keys to his minimalist style. Photographing random 80s objects such as toys, vhs tapes, globes or old typewriters on simple, colorful backgrounds – the result is delightful! Andrew’s work is a tribute to just this- negative space and harsh shadows. So i guess that makes his work has been described as painterly, and it also crosses into pure graphic design. Shot with a Canon 7D, all his digital photographs are then retouched to arrive to these beautiful color treatments.
Below are some beautiful images from his portfolio.