These splendorous surreal structures by Philip Dujardin will make you do a double take. As a photographer and digital artist, Dujardin turns the world you know into a superficial one. Buildings and homes are distorted, looking as if they've been erected by a builder without a blueprint.
After taking photographs of mundane and industrial-like buildings, Dujardin uses digital editing techniques to manipulate original structures into uncanny architecture. Some of the images take form of a crumpled piece of paper while others look completely out of place. Random building parts are jutted into uncommon places leaving these architectural superstructures with no pattern or formality.
These surreal structures by Philip Dujardin deviate from what we consider normal; however, these photographs will make you imagine without borders.
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