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   CaliforniaMama  Saturday Jan 19 10:42 AM

January 19, 2013 - Open House







Quote:
San Francisco's Highlight Gallery will shortly host a remarkable solo exhibition of architectural imagery by Belgian artist Filip Dujardin. Note the avoidance of the word photography. Though Dujardin's photographs provide the building blocks for his work, the end result are fantastical, Photoshopped constructions depicting nonsensical or even impossible architecture.
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"Adding shadows, that’s the main trick," Dujardin told Elle Decor. "The building becomes real if the shadows are well done."
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The images here are . . . based on two photography shoots that took place last year, when Dujardin was invited to Deauville, a town on the north coast of France, and to Guimarăes in northern Portugal.
Exhibition: Highlight Gallery, San Francisco, from February 7 to March 29

Filip Dujardin's website

Article in Elle Decor

via gizmag



ZenGum  Saturday Jan 19 06:55 PM

I bet that's not 'shopped. I think they built real buildings, took the pictures, then destroyed the buildings to cover their tracks.


No evidence, I just felt like being a dick.



Griff  Saturday Jan 19 06:59 PM

Yeah, people always take the easy way out.



glatt  Saturday Jan 19 07:49 PM

Photoshopping that is no easy feat. You have to take pictures of houses from multiple angles so you can combine them later. The upper portions of the house must have been taken from ages of houses on a cliff top.



Chocolatl  Sunday Jan 20 08:13 AM

These are beautiful. They remind me of the Burrow in the Harry Potter films.



DanaC  Sunday Jan 20 08:38 AM

I'm just imagining it being heard at a council planning comittee :p



Trilby  Sunday Jan 20 11:20 AM

AW! I was hoping they were real!!



SPUCK  Monday Jan 21 06:51 AM

They give a Californian the shivers.



Gravdigr  Monday Jan 21 06:23 PM

Wait for the first big wind...they look significantly top-heavy.



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