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These Images from Weronika Krzemieniecka Feature Invisible Dogs

 - May 7, 2013
References: behance.net & mymodernmet
These hilarious images from Polish photographer Weronika Krzemieniecka feature local people walking their dogs. "So far, not so funny" you might think to yourself, but look closer and you'll realize that the leashes are latching onto invisible dogs!

'Invisible Dogs in Poland' saw the graphic design subtly manipulating images so that the dogs have been completely eradicated from the pictures. It's a rather nice touch that the dogs shadows have been left in.

These surreal images are sure to get the young graphic designer noticed for her whimsical style and sensibilities. These images work so well because the designer has taken everyday images and undertaken a Photoshop manipulation so subtle, it could be easily missed upon first glance. Weronika Krzemieniecka is a 28 year-old graphic design student in the Academy of Art and Design in Lodz, Poland.