Psychedelic Photos of Mexico Taken During a Photographer’s Journey in a Camper

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Canadian photographer Benoit Paillé, who we first discovered on Fubiz, has been traveling in a 21-foot camper for the past three years, documenting the countryside, cities, and personal encounters. Paillé’s use of color gels is striking, lending an unexpected dimension to the landscape that is surreal, but also speaks to the “exploitation of mass tourism” in places like Mexico. Using a psychedelic neon palette, the artist highlights the uncomfortable boundaries between the tourist-friendly tropical environs, manufactured landscapes, and private homes. You can learn about Paillé’s process on Behance and follow the artist’s travels on Instagram.

©Benoit Paillé

©Benoit Paillé

©Benoit Paillé

©Benoit Paillé

©Benoit Paillé

©Benoit Paillé

©Benoit Paillé

©Benoit Paillé

©Benoit Paillé

©Benoit Paillé

©Benoit Paillé

©Benoit Paillé