Two unlikely mediums combined to create a seamless transition from one to the other.
They might not seem like two things that go together, but fashion photographer Joseph Ford has found a way to combine aerial photography and textiles in a seamless fashion.
Using nothing more than a simple side-by-side layout, Ford uses close-up shots of various pieces of clothing, alongside aerial images of a landscape with similar characteristics. It might sound easy, but the results speak for themselves.
North African dunes blend effortlessly into the folds of a sweater, coastal pathways transform into a plastic zipper, and a plaid Adidas shirt becomes an isometric grid of houses.