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    Surreal Architectural Photo Collages. Architecture at its best when photo manipulator Jim Kazanjian gets involved. More information & more images from this Artist =>

  • Sarah

    The Photo-Composites of Jim Kazanjian. Built upon the persuasive testimonies of hundreds of anonymous snapshots and photo-documents, Kazanjian’s landscapes are entirely fictitious constructions. The photographs of Aberrations serve as souvenirs of non-existent places and events, even though their genetic codes are comprised solely of specific, exacting details of evidence. (not my description but still) Strange Art

  • Dawn Nozzi Witter

    Inspiring picture abstract photography, accumulation, architecture, art, bizarre, black and white. Resolution: 500x499 px. Find the picture to your taste!

  • Augusto Orozco

    Fantastic Imaginary Buildings Created by Splicing Together Found Photos JimKazanjian 6

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