Nicola Yeoman plays with perspective as well as using unusual objects in very particular spaces in order to create intriguing object installations. The British artist and set designer, who never studied art, grew up making dens in her childhood home in Yorkshire out of whatever she could get her hands on, and this inspires her artwork to this day. Her work walks the fine line between boldness and fragility. Some installations have an etherial and eerie feel to them, and others can only be seen from a very specific vantage point. Much like for her childhood den constructions, Yeoman uses all kinds of objects, including birds, paper planes, shirts and top hats. Her artworks have not just graced galleries but also the front pages of publications like the New York Times magazine and Vogue. Check out the photos of some of her work below.