Nathalie Guinamard reimagines interiors from the 1950s and '60s with paint, in order to explore how our memories and identities are shaped by the physical spaces we live in. She's equally as interested in the objects we choose to surround ourselves with in these spaces. In her words:

"The paint is used as an editing tool to carefully select what parts of the image to show and which to hide, leaving certain elements, i.e. furniture, floating in a sea of colour...The pictorial space is flattened through the addition of colour, which I hope disorientates and dislocates the viewer. The images I use are carefully selected to be setup or aspirational interiors from mid 20th century interior design books, which acts to further disengage the experience of my work from the reality of lived in spaces.”

[via ItsNiceThat]