Surreal Photo Manipulation By Photographer Dariusz Klimczak
Polish photographer Dariusz Klimczak composes dreamlike landscapes that hypnotize with their surprise and weirdness. The photographer’s digital photo manipulations open the door to his imaginative world, where a desolate desert is brought to life by quirky and playful characters. Everyday items clash in odd compositions with animals and humans, conflicting with gravity and the other physical laws without which our common sense would collapse.
Dariusz Klimczak has been a professional photographer for 30 years, a few of which he spent creating photo manipulations. The artist prefers monochromatic images – the fantastic scenes look even more authentic and mystical at the same time when they’re black and white.
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Such a nice photo manipulation..
This is really amazing work
Too funny editing but I’m sure s/he is an expert editor who did this.
These are wonderful. They remind me of Tommy Ingberg’s style.
Someone definitely owes a debt to Salvador Dali! I particularly liked the footprint pond in the sand shot. I don’t think those stilt walkers would get very far in the fresh-plowed furrows of moist soil though! ;^)
I was thinking about Dali the entire time as well
The black and white somehow makes it freakier…