Alexis Vasilikos is an Athens based Greek photographer. Eye for a detail and catching subtle nuances make his photographic works alike paintings. Mysterious interior of a chapel becomes the playground for small compositions. Check out his other works and take a look at Phases Magazine, which he is currently co-editing.

"My work is full of little details and colorful abstractions, snippets of narrative that are apparent but invisible at the same time, ordinary things but of existential importance, things we usually ignore, the commonplaces, the everyday stuff that surround us, all those things that we consider "nothing in particular", get a second look and and thus become opportunities to contemplate the mystery of life. Little Chapel Compositions is an ongoing series of images that started last summer in the island of Leros which is in the the South Aegean sea. I've always enjoyed the sense of sacredness of these sites and the simplicity of their architecture that are in abundance in the Greek islands, usually located in remote places. In this series the focus is on minimum units of matter immersed in white."