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For Dan Cretu, food is more than just something edible; they are his tools for creating practically anything he fancies. For instance, an orange can be a bicycle, tablets can be a disco mirror ball, donuts can take the form of an extinct cassette tape cartridge, seeds can be a soccer ball, and the list goes on and on. What Cretu does is take everyday food items such as watermelons, oranges, tomatoes and licorice and create the unexpected.
Ever thought you could get anything amazing from the lowly soap bubble? Of course you can! This striking series is a product of the imagination of a certain Angela Kelly. Believe it or not, these lovely spheres were made with ordinary dish soap. They froze on the ground, but the results as you can see are stunning.
If you think you have seen weird architecture, your ideas about the strange and bizarre are about to be stretched. Prepare yourself to see some of the most fantastic buildings that you will perhaps never see in real life, and these are not creations of some eccentric architect. They are the products of the fertile imagination of one Victor Enrich. Enrich is a gifted Spanish photographer who is well-known for his architectural photography and post production manipulations.
It really seems like the floodgates of surrealism have been unleashed on photography. Ever since the power of digital shooting and manipulation have been a available, photographers have dwelled on the dreamlike, otherworldly, bizarre and yes, the surreal. Perhaps a hundred years from now people will look back as this being a period of ‘photo surrealism’ in the history of photography, and refer to the purveyors of the style as ‘surrealists’. One such indulgence into the oft used style and theme is Memoirs of Lost Time.