Tuesday, 15 January 2013

Flip Dujardin's Impossible Architecture

Belgian photographer Flip Duhardin exhibits his latest photo series, "Architectures Imaginaires" in San Franciscos's Highlight Gallery, March 19th. Originally a standard architectural photographer he became bored with the all too ordinary, all too-real structures. I've looked into Duhardin's work because similarly to mine (coming soon) he distorts architecture and plays with the audience. Sometimes the manipulation is hard to decipher, sometimes it is blatantly obvious.
'Adding shadows, that's the main trick,' Dujardin told ELLE Decor. 'The building becomes real if the shadows are well done.'
Below are a few images from the project.

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