Skillfully using Photoshop to create digital collages that blend disparate scenes together, Justin Peters shows us entirely new realities. Horizons cleanly fade into foregrounds, human elements seamlessly become natural ones.
A collection of wildly surreal illustrations by Antonio Segura Donat.
Artist, photographer and expert creator Daria Khoroshavina has an impressive catalog of tasty cinemagraphs.
We're shocked by the massive fire engulfing the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris. Here is an examination of the iconic landmark.
A visual exploration of "the space between art and design", OASIS is a project by TAVO and Combustion Studio.
With the first image ever captured of what a black hole looks like, it's fun to compare it to artist renditions over the years.
With the use of visual puns and strange object combinations, design studio PUTPUT has created a series that is clever and delightfully useless. From unusable screwdrivers to bouquets of non-flowers, salami sunglasses, and a hilarious candle chair.
Fascinating and surreal-like montages by Monica Carvalho, more examples of combining imagery in strange and clever ways.
Combining model photography and clever bits of surrealism, we see Yuni Yoshida's creativity on display. Fleeting and lighthearted in nature, her work seems effortless, as she explores concepts of space, distortion, and juxtaposition.
The surreal, psychedelic collages by artist Denis Sheckler give us a window into the weird and otherworldly.
Can you name all of these play on words by digital artist Philip Lueck?
Using fiberglass and resin, Mueck created 100 enormous human skulls, and piled them into one of the classic painting rooms at the National Gallery of Victoria, in Melbourne.
We love a piece of art that stops us and makes us pause to consider it. Kurdish-British artist Tishk Barzanji has that ability in spades, with an impressively large collection of dark, surreal, and moody paintings.