As a child, scissors and glue were the first mediums used by German graphic designer Matthias Jung to construct “surreal homes” in his father’s photo lab. In January, using modern day scissors (e.g. Photoshop), Jung picked up the project and created a series of dreamlike and structurally impossible collages.
“Working with this program is a bit like overcoming reality,” he says. “If something goes wrong I just click the back button. This is what’s different now.” Taking photographs from his travels (mostly in Germany), Jung creates incongruous images that are intended to challenge perceptions of space and architecture. “Collages are like dreams,” he says, “or maybe dreams are like collages.” (via)
Take a peek at the amazing “Surreal Homes“…