Creative director and digital artist Randy Richards is best known for his time-traveling images, where the viewer can see scenes captured between seasons. According to the artist, his style was born from paintings created between 1996 to 2002 when he began doing side-by-side collages, which later evolved into 3D cubes.
“I want my pieces to remind people that our existence is so very short in the overall expanse of time and to enjoy the beauty of life in a single moment. I try and capture different moments in time at a specific location to allow us to experience some times that have past us,” the artist shared with Bored Panda and added that although he mostly does his work digitally, he still likes to create paintings as well.
His latest series titled Melting Alaskan Glaciers depicts climate changes that happened since the last century. Richards is offering his images for free-use for those who need to communicate about climate issues.
To see some of his work, check out the gallery below or follow him on Instagram for future updates.