Bibliotheques Ideales by JF Rauzier is Realistically Surreal

By: Meghan Young - Published: Apr 5, 2013 • References: rauzier-hyperphoto & trendland
The Bibliotheques Ideales photo series depicts ideal libraries from around the world. A spectacular feat both photographically and architecturally, the images are at once hugely realistic and imaginative. Impossibly symmetrical, people may believe they are mirrored images at first. Nevertheless, there are telltale differences on each side that suggests otherwise.

Shot by French photographer JF Rauzier, the Bibliotheques Ideales photo series was created using layers and layers of photos. Incredibly ornate and strikingly epic, the Bibliotheques Ideales photo series could inspire people to go on a never-ending search to see these creatively constructed libraries in person.

Known for his hyper-photography, JF Rauzier's Bibliotheques Ideales photo series is just as spectacular as his past work, which straddles the line between realism and surrealism. Stats for Symmetrical Library Hyperphotos Trending: Older & Chilly
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