Leaning in heavily to awkward and uncomfortable moments, Brook DiDonato explores this through fascinating human photography.
We seem to be in a golden age of surrealism, with the advent of great photo editing tools and image sharing platforms like Instagram.
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.
The delightful miniature worlds from Tatsuya Tanaka continue, with some really creative scenes made from household objects
A look at Karley Feaver's bizarre and beautiful bird art.
This 1988 Plymouth Caravelle has been "glitched", and made into a fascinating sculpture pushes the boundaries of physical surrealism.
Isabel Emrich is a master of painting water, as evident in her series of pool portraits, showcasing women submerged, half-submerged, and peacefully floating in rippling water.
This collection of surreal photo combinations by Justin Peters showcase natural wonders paired with human endeavors. The result is fascinating and fun, appealing to the mind and the heart.
New York's subway is the epitome of the concrete jungle, and artist Matthew Grabelsky has taken full advantage of that metaphor, in a series that explores animal/humans riding, in all manner of style and attitude.
Artist Debra Broz takes the style of old ceramic figures and turns it on it's head, combining animals to create surreal, comical versions.
A series of faceless portrait photography by Andrea Torres Balaguer succeeds in feeling both provocative and coy.
A look at Stephen Wilkes' remarkable day to night images, capturing an entire scene from day to night in a single photograph.
Journey down the rabbit hole with these mesmerizing animated GIFs from Bees & Bombs.
A collection of surrealist animal portraits by French artist Julien Tabet.