Filip Dujardin takes photographs of nondescript, often post-modern buildings and remixes them using Photoshop to create strange hybrids. Stunning!
this is truly stunning !!!
As an architect, I am more disturbed by the colour scheme…
such creativity and talent. LOVE!
He’s like a rap artist…remixing, sampling etc…!
Very interesting…tres hip hop!
Like Tetris with buildings!
Very interesting i like this buildings thank you..
someone liked the movie “inception”.
Haha love it!
This actually reminds me of what the guys over at WAM architecten did with a hotel in Zaandam. Haven’t seen it in real life yet, but even on photos it looks so surrealistic!
Very nice, Tina.
The first one looks like one-half of Titans Tower (it’s shaped like a T). Presumably the other half was stolen by a crazy super-villain or some fun-loving aliens. Batman and Robin are on the case.
The second one reminds me of a *real* building, Moshe Safdie’s ‘Habitat 67’ in Montreal. Sometimes reality is stranger than fiction.
I believe the first image is part of Wurster Hall (the Architecture School) at UC Berkeley.
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