Now here’s a guy who knows how to put photoshop to good use. Flemish photographer Filip Dujardin’s Fictions are so seamless that the read immediately as reality. It is only after you look at them for a while that you realize that the structures are impossible.
They have been compared to Escher’s drawings. With the immediacy and insistence on “reality” inherent to photography, I find the photographs much more compelling than the drawings which are fascinating for the visual tricks they play, but not particularly pretty to look at.