• Spanish artist and graphic designer Nacho Ormaechea uses digital collages to imagine the stories of the people he comes across on the street
    Spanish artist and graphic designer Nacho Ormaechea uses digital collages to imagine the stories of the people he comes across on the street
  • From the London Underground to a farmers’ market in Marseille.
    From the London Underground to a farmers’ market in Marseille.
  • In his project Street Memories, he fills in their silhouettes with images that he feels reflect their mental state.
    In his project Street Memories, he fills in their silhouettes with images that he feels reflect their mental state.
  • “The idea came naturally,” he says, “as the logical consequence of my inclination to observe people as a sort of secret game”
    “The idea came naturally,” he says, “as the logical consequence of my inclination to observe people as a sort of secret game”
  • “I have always liked this idea of transforming a concrete reality into a field of unlimited narration.” 
    “I have always liked this idea of transforming a concrete reality into a field of unlimited narration.” 
  • Ormaechea’s intention is to inspire us to create our own stories about the lives of these people. 
    Ormaechea’s intention is to inspire us to create our own stories about the lives of these people. 
  • “The frame is open to new and diverse interpretations.”
    “The frame is open to new and diverse interpretations.”

Spanish artist creates digital collage imagining the lives of people he met in the streets 

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