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.
A gnarled and dramatic forest draped in thick moss, trees emerge from the fog, appearing much more like the set of a fantasy movie than a place outside Devon, England.
A captivating and vibrant series of photographs entitled "The Witch" show us a model dressed elegantly, in dramatic, blurred and obscured images.
Check out these brain-bending images from photographer Peter Li who has traveled the world finding beautiful churches, and given us an entirely new perspective.
Photographer Ben Simon Rehn shows us a unique aerial perspective, with a formation flight that lets us see the small planes buzzing above the deep blue ice, glacial formations bigger than city buildings.