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Image: Erik Johansson: 'Work at Sea' (© Erik Johansson)  would love to own this

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this is pretty cool. Unusual Impressive Photo Project of Eric Johansson. Love the black and white effect but the color blue is added to the picture. Like how the girl is painting the wooden floor blue for ocean water.

Artist Erik Johansson is skilled in both photography and photo manipulation. He cites Dali, Magritte and Escher among his inspirations.

Erik Johansson( Breaking up) I like this photo because it could out the idea of people moving (or drifting apart) into a photo.


Top 40 des magnifiques photos (à peine) retouchées d’Erik Johansson


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Anyone know the name of the artist? Know I have seen it (in a behind the scenes look at the ship photo), but can't remember. :( UPDATE: artist is Erik Johansson:

Surreal photo manipulations by Sarah DeRemer

Artist manipulates photos into surreal and dreamlike scenes

Artist Manipulates Photos To Create Intriguing And Surreal Images Sarah DeRemer’s latest work titled ‘Surreal Experiments’ is a hybrid collection of realistic and dreamlike visuals.


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Think of this image the next time you reach for a plastic water bottle- or any other type of disposable plastic for that matter.  We might only use it for a few minutes, but it will stay in the oceans for a lifetime.

Americans Are Drinking 10 Billion Gallons of Bottled Water…Here’s Where Those Plastic Bottles End Up

The United States alone, the world’s largest consumer of bottled water, is annually adding some 10 billion gallons of bottled water — with numbers trending upwards — to this now very much recognized, ecological disaster.

Phillipe Ramette. Fotografia Surrealista

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