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jean-françois rauzier forms architectural babels from stacked urban structures

jean-françois rauzier forms architectural babels from stacked urban structures

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through his series of 'babels', jean-françois rauzier invites viewers into an imaginary architectural universe filled with cultural references and motifs.

through his series of 'babels', jean-françois rauzier invites viewers into an imaginary architectural universe filled with cultural references and motifs.

Using scissors and glue, artist Matthias Jung creates surreal constructions that occupy vast, desolate landscapes.

Surreal Architectural Collages Convincingly Create Fantastical Dream Homes

Using scissors and glue, artist Matthias Jung creates surreal constructions that occupy vast, desolate landscapes.

Pieter Brueghel el viejo (Brueghel, cerca de Breda 1525 - Bruselas 1569) La Torre de Babel, 1563. Kunsthistorisches Museum, Viena (114 x 154 cm)

Pieter Brueghel el viejo (Brueghel, cerca de Breda 1525 - Bruselas 1569) La Torre de Babel, 1563. Kunsthistorisches Museum, Viena (114 x 154 cm)

We're such huge fans of German artist Matthias Jung's work that we just had to share his latest work. His has an incredible talent for combining different photographic elements to create surreal pieces of architecture, set among real life landscapes. Can't you see one of these scenes as the set

Architectural Short Poems

We're such huge fans of German artist Matthias Jung's work that we just had to share his latest work. His has an incredible talent for combining different photographic elements to create surreal pieces of architecture, set among real life landscapes. Can't you see one of these scenes as the set

Red building New York, 2013 100x172cm.

Red building New York, 2013 100x172cm.

Hyper Atlantide, 2015, 180 x 300 cm

Hyper Atlantide, 2015, 180 x 300 cm

Large Scale Surreal Architectural Collages By Anastasia Savinova

Large Scale Surreal Architectural Collages By Anastasia Savinova

Anastasia Savinova is a russian-born visual artist currently living and working in Sweden whose background in architectural studies has led her to create these

Attribué à Abel Grimmer (vers 1570-avant 1619), La Tour de Babel

Attribué à Abel Grimmer (vers 1570-avant 1619), La Tour de Babel

<p>Resembling a similar project by Robert Overweg, German designer Matthias Jung’s surreal houses are as intricate as they look.  Described by the artist himself as “small architectural poems” ,

Surreal Homes by Matthias Jung

<p>Resembling a similar project by Robert Overweg, German designer Matthias Jung’s surreal houses are as intricate as they look. Described by the artist himself as “small architectural poems” ,

Image credit: Anastasia Savinova

Charming Collages of Labyrinthine Houses