Pièces montées

From architectural clichés that assembles and editing, Belgian photographer Filip Dujardin created many imaginary buildings, stunning, paroxysmal or improbable. Between surrealism and hyperrealism, the border between real and virtual fades.

Specializing in architectural photography, Filip Dujardin has several strings to his bow. If his job is primarily to account for contemporary architectural design, Filip Dujardin also working on more artistic series, the boundaries of art and architecture.

Find below a series of photographs of buildings that assembles, assembles and editing to compose imaginary architecture. Spectacular, incongruous, defying the laws of physics constructive, materializing for unlikely alliances, impossible stacks, these productions sometimes reminiscent of the creations of the vanguards.

Finely assembled and retouched, these photos, made by their larger than life, are increasingly disrupting the certainties of the viewer.

To learn more about the work of Filip Dujardin, visit their website.

Source: designboom

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