Luisa Azevedo is still a student of multimedia art in Portugal, but her work has already been making rounds on the Internet. He creative composition mix objects to create dreamy, surrealist scenes.
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Turkish artist Hüseyin Şahin is a true photo editing master. Using Photoshop, he doesn’t just blend images together, he creates true masterpieces that take you to a surreal world. You can follow his work on his Instagram or Behance feeds.
Juan Carlos Paz is a talented illustrator based in Madrid, Spain. He creates imaginary creatures, often monsters, that he includes sometimes in photos. This creates some surreal scenes with gigantic, but always cute, monsters. Paz also took part in The Monster Project, an ongoing project that encourages designers and illustrator to redraw children’s drawing to […]
Adam Bird is a talented young photographer from UK who enjoys create surrealistic pictures that could only happen in your dreams. Using cold colors, his photos have a melancholic look-and-feel that is balanced by the playful aspect of many compositions. You can see more of his work on his portfolio website.
These days, it seems taking a great photo isn’t enough. Whether it’s an iconic sports moment, a pivotal event in politics, or simply perfect the timing of a pet doing something very unusual, anyone and everyone can be turned into an internet sensation via a Photoshop battle. For the uninitiated, Photoshop battles occur when someone […]
New York artist Ben Rubin found a good way to entertain himself during his subway commutes. During the rides, he works on his Subway Doodles project, which consists in taking pictures with his iPad and sketching cute monsters into the scenes.
A collective of Japanese artists, AUJIK, has tried to imagine what the city of Osaka would look like if its buildings grew organically. The video they released takes you through a moving landscape filled with impossible buildings that grow like any plant would in your garden.