A series of photos shot in the American West by Portland-based visual artist Brendon Burton.
The images have a cinematic feel like something from a Wes Anderson film while others were probably inspired by artists such as Andrew Wyeth and Edward Hopper.
Burton spent his childhood on a farm in an isolated community where he developed his distinct style and interest in vacant and decaying places.
His work focuses on studying the side effects of cultural isolation and the concept of liminal space.
Experienced in shooting fine art, documentary and fashion photography his work has been featured internationally in numerous galleries and publications.
See more of Brendon Burton’s work on Behance or at his website.