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Martin Kollar Captures Seemingly Surreal Situations That Are All Too Real

 - Apr 4, 2014
References: martinkollar & neatorama
The portfolio of Martin Kollar, a photographer born in Zilina, Czechoslovakia, will take people down a playful path of surreality. Except that the images are more steeped in reality than a person might first expect. Essentially, Martin Kollar has mastered capturing absurd moments in life that happen on a minute basis. From a cyclist crawling into a manhole with a chicken in the background crossing the road to an older woman sitting in a '50s diner across from a rifle, the inspiration is endless.

Martin Kollar may have a photo book published, one of three so far, titled 'Nothing Special,' yet that is far from the truth. His candid images are full of a raw and quirky quality that shows just how honed his eye is for such entertaining human interactions.