Lighthearted and mostly absurd in nature, the surrealism by Australia-based artist Phonsay Phothisomphane captures the imagination.
These ethereal landscapes by Bjørg-Elise Tuppen show bright glowing figures in dark snowy Norwegian backdrops.
Leaning in heavily to awkward and uncomfortable moments, Brook DiDonato explores this through fascinating human photography.
Submerging models in flowing fabrics underwater, Christy Lee Rogers is able to create these stunning images that look almost like a Caravaggio painting.
Woodworker Dan Pauly makes adorable cabins and guesthouses that look like they're straight out of a movie set or a fairytale.
We seem to be in a golden age of surrealism, with the advent of great photo editing tools and image sharing platforms like Instagram.
Artist Effy Zhang has a vivid yet minimal illustrative journey through a dreamlike world.
Portland-based designer Luke Choice takes us on a cosmic vision of kaleidoscopic wonder, exploring "the essence behind some of the most amazing creatures from the Animal Kingdom."
Italy-based artist Dito Von Tease has a strange and funny series called IDollz that reimagines famous world figures as baby dolls.
Photographer Jess Bell has a striking and supernatural series of dog photos, where dogs appear to leap out of glowing flames or fog.
In a warm and soft-light series entitled Fotovurma, we're shown scenes of floating bread and cabbage, mysterious crystals, and an intrepid photographer on a surrealist journey.