'The Silent Enigma' by Francisco Reina is Surreal

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: • References: franciscoreina & designboom
This photography series by Francisco Reina titled 'The Silent Enigma' is meant to make one questions what could be taking place inside the walls. It's amazing how a simple update with Photoshop can make one look at a building in a completely different light.

The artist states on DesignBoom that "attention is focused on the interior of the house. Mystery lies where our eyes cannot see." Also because these items are elevated, they appear so out of reach, which usually builds the yearning in people even more to find out more about an object. Overall the entire series is very surreal.

For someone who is simply trying to make people think about what's inside a house, Francisco Reina has done a great job with this thought-provoking series.

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