Dylan Collard New Project- Parked

Dylan Collard New Project- Parked
06/09/2021 Cat Long
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Dylan Collard’s project ‘Parked’  is a bit of fun looking at all our neglected vehicles during lockdown.

When the country was brought to a stand still a lot of us didn’t have as much use for our cars anymore, especially in London, and with lots of rainfall moving mud and seedlings around we noticed things starting to sprout and grow in the displaced debris below our cars.

By exaggerating what was growing, with help from retoucher Barry Craig, Dylan has made it look like nature is reclaiming the roads and taking over the cars.