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Daniel Vazquez - Photographer ‘American Ghoul’, also known as Daniel Vazquez, has a knack for capturing the strange and surreal in his photography work ...

Hauntingly Grim Photoseries

Daniel Vazquez - Photographer ‘American Ghoul’, also known as Daniel Vazquez, has a knack for capturing the strange and surreal in his photography work .

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manifesto das almas livres

From Chaos to Order (Ursus Wehrli)====give me chaos any day.

The Art of Clean Up: Sorting and Stacking Everyday Objects, Ursus Wehrli

Up the stairs is the castle, down the stairs is the garden outside Prince's castle.

Which Character From The Secret Garden Are You?

I love abandoned architecture, there is something so elemental about the reclaimation of buildings by nature sleeping beauty fairytale castle art photography grimm and fairy magical places

This is kind of a cool idea where we could take a picture and put it inside a portrait of the subject to show like their inner-light and what makes them happy

Photo Inspiration: 20+ of the best double exposure portraits i've ever seen

'Mixed Project' is a beautiful and romantic project by Amamak photography, manipulating images to become scenes and portraits in double-exposure.

STEPHEN j SHANABROOK & VERONIKA GEORGIEVA

“Paper Surgery” by Stephen Shanabrook and Veronika Georgieva. Distorting a face by purposefully scrunching the paper.

Order To Chaos

My Contribution to the actual ArtPack of stocks: sxc.hu +own Order To Chaos

In his latest photography project “In Transit,” Diego Kuffer took multiple photographs of stationary scenes and merged them together to create a surreal “chrono cubist” view of the world. It's like a still frame time-lapse animation.

In his latest photography project “In Transit,” Diego Kuffer took multiple photographs of stationary scenes and merged them together to create a surreal “chrono cubist” view of the world. It's like a still frame time-lapse animation.

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