Images from “Anarchitekton”, a video project by Jordi Colomer.
these are awesome! a very cool concept and very humorous!
Fascinating!…photo number 1 and 6 are my favorites
i want to see this video!
bwahaha I LOVE THESE way too cool
I LOVE THIS WORK & THIS ARTIST!!! there was a big exhibition in Paris one or two years ago, this was an amazing discovery…
uses real objects and the viewers imaginary to create the impossible. great. in a way its like this http://www.wellyouknowhatheysay.com/2011/01/dreams-of-flying.html
where he uses only real things to create a completely imaginary world.
Totally brilliant. One of those ideas you wish you had come up with.
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Possibly the funniest post i’ve come across in here. The buildings look so similarly alike too.
Reminds me of this:
my face actually went :O when I saw that first one.
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