Deep in the dark dark forests, German photographer Ronny Engelmann sets up his camera and creates surreal wonders for us. Through his eyes we see pale faces engulfed in green leaves, mysterious arms popping out of trees like branches and models surrounded by floating cameras. Anything and everything can happen under his enchanting lens. Images […]
Belgian artist Ben Goossens worked for decades at an art agency in his home country before striking out on his own. The result of this is what you see here: staggering works of digital art and surrealism, featuring everything from giant water drops, invisible men and giant bowler hats. Close your eyes and escape into […]
Lose yourself in the magical photography of Brooke Shaden,Â who through a mixture of skilled digital Photoshop techniques and dream-like imagery takes us to far away places of the imagination. From white winter forests and hot red deserts, all her landscapes are tinged with enchantment and wonder. Photography Â© Brooke Shaden Via Flickr
Psychologist by day,Â Cyril Rolando is also an art hobbyist who has been making escapism imagery for about ten years. He hopes with time to pursue his artistic career, specifically in digital art. His fantasy worlds leave spectators imagining various stories, and each image is like a single frame of what could be part of an […]
If you go down to the woods today… you’ll find some ethereal fairytale imagery in this case. Photographers Sarah Ann Loreth and Omalix Martinez have delved deep into the realm of mythology, childrenâ€™s stories, dreams and fantasies to fabricate these visionary artworks. Let yourself be transported to another world by the work of these two […]
Whimsical and colorful is GeorgiaThâ€™s artwork, which includes re-interpretations of the Mad Hatter (at top), and what looks like influences from “The Silence of the Lambs” (1991) film poster (below). Her digital creations tend to resemble infrared radiation, and in some cases, negative photography.
Digital artist Rhads has updated his portfolio with dreamy images of a gondola and whales swimming over clouds. His work is magical and surreal, and it makes you want to sit down on the beach to watch the sky spectacle. See also: “A Home at the End of the World.”
The subject matter of Chiara Fersiniâ€™s art revolves around her dreams, joys, sorrows, and fears. She combines both photography with Photoshop to create these surreal works that are descriptively titledâ€”e.g. the image above: “A Breach Between Dimensions,” and below: “Gravity is a Lie.”
In every location Thomas Barbey has traveled to, he has taken photographs and used them to create artistic montages of his envisioned fictional worlds. Working with negatives and double exposures, each scene is displayed in black and white or sepia; inspired by his travels, everyday life, and art by Magritte, Escher and Roger Dean.