Living in the age of Photoshop, it’s not uncommon to be amazed at how accurate digital representations of real life can be. New York artist Joshua Citarella, however, is much more interested in exploring physical representation of the digital process. Watermelons as hue gradients, lace/smoke/salt/light as exposure levels, monochromatic bodypaint as light curves. It’s fascinating stuff that will give you a fresh perspective for your own work. Check him out!