Above is a piece created by fine-art photographer Christopher Jonassen resembling planets being viewed through a telescope. However, the surfaces are not planets, but the base of battered frying pans.
"…I wanted to create a link between the tiny marks we leave behind every day to the enormous impact this adds up to over time"
It is under this magnification that we as humans begin to understand the slow destruction and mark that we leave on this planet as we look to the sky and witness the damage that the universe has done to the planets that share our solar system. It’s an inspiring piece that perpetuates that the devil is in the detail and the effects of mass greed. Ideas such as this beckon interesting textures from items that could potentially mimic the sky.
View more of his work here.