Tuesday, 20 January 2015

Inspiring and Surreal Digital Photography by De Pasquale

Argentinean born artist Martin De Pasquale has blown my mind. He is currently an art director at an advertising agency but is best known online for his surreal digital photography.


Martin can be found on Twitter and

His work is inspiring. One in particular shares similar threads with my novel. Indeed, it reminded me of how the Shadow Fabric would loom over a city should it ever escape the sleepy village of Mabley Holt.

I'd love to know what you think of Martin's images.
Do they inspire you?


Author photo (c)Christopher Shoebridge
Mark Cassell lives in a rural part of the UK with his wife and a number of animals. He often dreams of dystopian futures, peculiar creatures, and flitting shadows. Primarily a horror writer, his steampunk, fantasy, and SF stories have featured in several anthologies and ezines.

His debut novel, The Shadow Fabric, is a supernatural story and is available from Amazon.


  1. Delightfully imaginative. Yes, these pictures could inspire stories of the weird fantasy-horror kind. Are these the photographer's self-portraits, or a model?

    1. I believe they're all self-portraits. I love this kind of photograph manipulation - in fact, I wish I had the skills to create my own.