Csilla Klenyanszki Takes a Natural Approach to Her Quirky Sets

By: Meghan Young - Published: May 10, 2013 • References: klenyanszki & fastcodesign
Playing along the borders of nonsense, Csilla Klenyanszki creates surreal scenes that she then photographs to share with the world. Note the order of her process, instead of taking a photo first and then manipulating it, Csilla Klenyanszki relies solely on her artistic skills to handmake brow-raising scenarios that are more engaging because of it.

Born in Budapest, Hungary, Csilla Klenyanszki is based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. A recent graduate of the BA Photography program at the Willem de Kooning Academy, her series X Marks the Spot really showcases what she learned as well as her own innate talents. Constantly looking for hidden possibilities, Csilla Klenyanski writes, "It's a game between my fantasy and the reality, which eventually creates something, that is unusual, but familiar at the same time." Stats for Handmade Surrealist Photography Trending: Older & Buzzing
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