Flora Borsi is a popular artist from Budapest, Hungary. She is specialised in Digital Photography. Her aim is to visualise the physically impossible in the form of photo manipulations. Flora had several solo exhibitions across Europe and North America and her ethereal aesthetic has won multiple art prizes and worldwide recognition in the press. Her artwork was selected for the loading screen of Adobe Photoshop in 2014.
Her motivation is to inspire the viewer to think, to feel what she felt and to communicate these emotions through her pictures.
Flora not only shoots, but uses Photoshop to fully express herself creatively. She does this through surreal images that are thematically focused on identity, relationships, emotions and dreams. Above all though, Flora works incredibly hard to create unique images that no one else has–and so she is constantly trying to say specific things through her photos while adding to the current conversations in the world with her own voice.
Flora has had solo exhibitions in Europe and the USA, and recently taken part of a “Continental Shift” group exhibition at Saatchi Gallery. Of course, this hasn’t gone unnoticed–and she has been featured by The Guardian’s Observer and BBC Culture.