An Architect Gone Mad: Mysterious Buildings Assembled from Found Photographs by Jim Kazanjian

An Architect Gone Mad: Mysterious Buildings Assembled from Found Photographs by Jim Kazanjian

An Architect Gone Mad: Mysterious Buildings Assembled from Found Photographs by Jim Kazanjian digital collage black and white architecture

An Architect Gone Mad: Mysterious Buildings Assembled from Found Photographs by Jim Kazanjian

An Architect Gone Mad: Mysterious Buildings Assembled from Found Photographs by Jim Kazanjian

Impossible Fantasy Buildings Constructed With Architectural Elements From Photos. Portland-based artist Jim Kazanjian has created a series of mysterious photographs that depicts surreal buildings that will look right at home in a fantasy movie.

An Architect Gone Mad: Mysterious Buildings Assembled from Found Photographs by Jim Kazanjian

An Architect Gone Mad: Mysterious Buildings Assembled from Found Photographs by Jim Kazanjian

Digitally manipulated photos by Jim Kazanjian. Portland-based artist Jim Kazanjian digitally manipulates photographs to generate completely unique and fantastical images that look like the wreckage of a ravaged, steam-punk planet.

An Architect Gone Mad: Mysterious Buildings Assembled from Found Photographs by Jim Kazanjian

An Architect Gone Mad: Mysterious Buildings Assembled from Found Photographs by Jim Kazanjian

An Architect Gone Mad: Mysterious Buildings Assembled from Found Photographs by Jim Kazanjian digital collage black and white architecture

Digital Fantasy Paintings by Juan Carlos Barquet

Digital Fantasy Paintings by Juan Carlos Barquet

Digital Fantasy Paintings by Juan Carlos Barquet

Digital Fantasy Paintings by Juan Carlos Barquet

Digital Fantasy Paintings by Juan Carlos Barquet

Digital Fantasy Paintings by Juan Carlos Barquet

Juan Carlos Barquet is a freelance artist from Mexico City who specializes in fantasy and sci-fi environment art.

Intricate illustrations of elaborate and impossible buildings

Intricate illustrations of elaborate and impossible buildings

Toby Melville-Brown began his Tower series as a fanciful mishmash of his favorite architectural styles. But as his towers grew more elaborate and fanciful, he began to imagine the futures in which these buildings might exist.

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