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Matthias Jung’s Surreal Houses

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 25, 2015 01:01 AM
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by Promila Shastri last modified Mar 24, 2015

Collage and Surrealism collide imaginatively in Matthias Jung‘s fantastical architectural compositions. The German graphic designer constructs detailed contemporary artworks from photographs of houses and buildings, cutting and piecing together disparate elements into elaborate edifices that could only exist in Jung’s mind. Placed in desolate fields and barren landscapes, Jung’s highly ornamental houses—which soar skyward or ramble on, appear ready — Continue reading …




 

 

Matthias JungCollage and Surrealism collide imaginatively in Matthias Jung‘s fantastical architectural compositions. The German graphic designer constructs detailed contemporary artworks from photographs of houses and buildings, cutting and piecing together disparate elements into elaborate edifices that could only exist in Jung’s mind. Placed in desolate fields and barren landscapes, Jung’s highly ornamental houses—which soar skyward or ramble on, appear ready to topple onto or levitate from the ground—would surely be architectural wonders if they could actually be built. Still, as they exist presently, Jung’s beautifully composed images are plenty wondrous.Matthias Jung4Matthias Jung5Screen shot 2015-03-24 at 2.59.47 PMMatthias Jung3Matthias Jung2Via Ignant


 

 

 
 
 

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