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'Tales From the Factory' by Dominik Smialowski and Marcin Szpak

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published:   Updated: Aug 17 2011 • References: smialowski.net & behance.net
'Tales From the Factory' by Dominik Smialowski and Marcin Szpak is the latest shoot from one of my favorite photographers. They've reprised a theme from an earlier shoot by using a baby carriage and bell-shaped avant-garde fashion to invoke a sense of wonder, surrealism and intrigue. (And lest we forget the super-sized egg nesting comfortably in the carriage.)

See more shots from 'Tales From the Factory' by Dominik Smialowski and Marcin Szpak above.

Implications - Consumers are continually drawn to the art aesthetic of surrealism because it satisfies their desire for escapist experiences. Corporations may consider using this surrealistic imagery in their products of campaigns in order to garner attention for their consumers.

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