In Carl Burton‘s Shelter, a simple attic becomes the starting point to an ever-growing woodwork of imagination. It took me by surprise, as I kept trying to anticipate what might happen from one scene to the next in this CG-generated architectural playground.

Burton meshes together warm orange glows, eerie reverberant creaks, and an endless array of warped / shattered planks of wood all situated in a weightless and hollow subspace. A real meditative and abstract work that floats from scene to scene, until returning back to its inevitable point of origin. To readily summarize:

“An epic secret world is revealed within an attic during a rainstorm.”

Sit down, and take a moment to drink in the atmospheric tones and gravitational forces that Shelter has to offer. Embedded down below for your viewing pleasure. And if you like what you see, support it!

Shelter, 2012

Carl Burton