Surreal scenes

Immerse yourself in a world of captivating and surreal scenes. Discover extraordinary ideas that will transport you to another dimension and ignite your imagination.
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This Artist Combines Photographs To Create Surreal Scenes From Everyday Life

Nowadays we have so many art tools and softwares like Photoshop or Illustrator that almost everyone can create digital art. Even though it's really exciting that we have so many opportunities, at the same time it's becoming more and more difficult to come up with creative ideas that would be thrilling and different from others. However, one artist still manages to do that. Previously featured on Bored Panda here and here, Atlanta-based creative director and Instagram star Stephen McMennamy…

Lisa Hinton
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25 Surreal Photo Manipulations by Sarolta Ban

Have you ever dreamed of a device that could capture your dreams? Record it straight to video as you sleep, or at least take still pictures? Sadly, there is no such thing yet...but luckily there are some super creative artists that came really close to it. Meet Sarolta Ban, a 25 years old female artist from Budapest, Hungary.

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Frank Kunert’s darkly surreal and humorous miniature worlds

‘Climbing Holiday’ (2017). Welcome to the miniature world of Frank Kunert, where everything is a little topsy-turvy and nothing is ever quite as it seems like a stairlift that can fire its unlucky occupant out of a window like Mrs Deagle in Gremlins or a funeral plot disguised as a bedroom for two eternal lovers. Kunert’s handcrafted miniature models are inspired by the history found in the “decayed facades of suburban houses” of his hometown of Frankfurt. [S]ometimes when I’m out walking…

Photography, Poetry, Music and Philosophy: The Medium from a Critic’s Eye - Interview with photography critic Sean O’Hagan | LensCulture 1950s Couple, Toasting Marshmallows, American Photography, American Photo, Surreal Photos, Montage Photo, Surrealism Photography, Vintage Photographs

Photography, Poetry, Music and Philosophy: The Medium from a Critic’s Eye - Interview with photography critic Sean O’Hagan | By Alexander Strecker | LensCulture

An independent and invaluable voice in the world of photography, The Guardian’s Sean O’Hagan offers his wide-ranging views on words, images and the increasingly overlooked key to creativity.

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