Paul Fuentes is a surreal photographer but also a graphic designer who enjoys experimenting with day to day objects and changing them into something of Fuentes's own idea. His photos are very vibrant, what this does to the image is it to be more fun when viewing. It allows the viewer to draw there eyes to the main subject in the main image. If the background was patterned it would draw the eyes away from the main subject in the image. The compositions in his images have been throughly thought about, his images wouldn't have happened straight away without thorougher planning taking place. In this image being shown to the left Fuentes has carefully placed USB sticks into fish fingers without showing the rest of the USB which allows it to look more realistic. His way of making things look surreal are successful but the way he composes the images make it look like thats how it should be in the first place. He organises the subjects in the image centrally to allow negative space around the image to be equal to stop eyes being drawn to the empty space in the image.