Andreas Lie is an engineering student from Haugesund, now living in Bergen, Norway. He has found an international audience with his work, most notably with the series "Norwegian Wood" that merges portraits of Norwegian animals with the landscapes in which they live. The use of digital double exposure – a process which involves merging two unique photographs to create one piece of art - provides a unique and wonderful expression, and by using a simple idea in a new way he's quickly become a recognizable artist. Contained within the stark shape of the animal you’ll find forest scenes, mountains, water, and other scenic vistas that are then blended seamlessly with the texture of the animal’s fur or feathers, as the case may be.
You can custom frame these prints according to your own taste or to match your decor. Level will hand craft each frame using domestically sourced, sustainable wood and other components including 6-ply archival matting and framers grade acrylic. Everything arrives ready to hang.