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      Artist Erik Johansson is skilled in both photography and photo manipulation. He cites Dali, Magritte and Escher among his inspirations.

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      "Fishy Island" (2009), Photo Manipulation by Erik Johansson, a young talented artist from Sweden

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      Fishy Island (2009). Photo by Swedish photographer Erik Johansson. Available for purchase now at http://sacramento.craigslist.org/art/4282226735.html #digitalart #photography #photoshop #erikjohansson

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