20 Times This Photographer Merges Real And Imaginary In Stunning Creations

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Erik Johansson, a name synonymous with surreal photo manipulations, has carved a niche in the art world with his extraordinary talent. Born and raised in Sweden, Johansson initially embarked on a journey that seemed far removed from the world of visual arts.

He started his academic career as a computer engineering student, a field grounded in logic and precision. However, it wasn’t long before his innate artistic abilities began to shine through, setting him on a path that beautifully blends the realms of technology and art. Check out some of his amazing works in the gallery below.

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#1 “Impossible Border Crossing”

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#2 “Leap Of Faith”, 2017

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#3 “October 13th”

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#4 “Impact”, 2016

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#5 “Demand & Supply”, 2017

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#6 “Work Together”, 2020

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#7 “Deadline”

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#8 “Comfort Zone”, 2019

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#9 “The Reset”, 2020

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#10 “Self-Supporting”, 2017

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#11 “Dreamwalking”, 2014

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#12 “Road Closed Unexpectedly”, 2019

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#13 “Head In The Clouds”

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#14 “Dreaming Of Snow”

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#15 “Night Shift”

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#16 “Layers Of Change”

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#17 “Follow The Path”

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#18 “The River Hotel”

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#19 “Ideas Come At Night”

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#20 “Your Opinion Is Important To Us”

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Saumya Ratan

Saumya is an explorer of all things beautiful, quirky, and heartwarming. With her knack for art, design, photography, fun trivia, and internet humor, she takes you on a journey through the lighter side of pop culture.

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